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Collegiality and Professionalism

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Darlene Montes

on 16 January 2014

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Transcript of Collegiality and Professionalism

Collegiality and Professionalism
What is Collegiality?
Collegiality and Professionalism
The manner in which campus constituents interact with one another and the extent to which they approach their work
Collegial Behavior
"Collegial behavior is demonstrated by campus constituents who are supportive of one another.
They openly enjoy professional interactions, and are respectful and courteous of each other's needs"
(Villani, 1996)
Action Steps
"There will be conflict. Conflict is normal and can be positive, but it should not be personal and it should not be disrespectful" (Cipriano, 2012)
Everyone plays a role in collegiality
Personal accountability begins with leadership
Adhere to the LAMC Code of Conduct
Demonstrate ethics and etiquette in all aspects of the workplace
Value and implement accountability for collegial interactions
What can YOU do to promote collegiality?
What can the campus do to promote
civility and collegiality in the workplace?
Put LAMC Code of Conduct into practice
Hold people responsible and accountable for their actions
Provide professional education to those who violate the Code of Conduct
Model professionalism and collegiality
Accept constructive criticism
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