Who is a Professional?

Who is a Professional?

Who is a Professional? Employability Skills ACTIVITY Read the article titled, The Seven Characteristics of a Professional.

QUESTIONING After reading the article, answer the following questions on being a professional: What

is meant by the term professional? What are five characteristics of professionalism? PROFESSIONAL Discuss professionalism for

each of the areas listed below: Appropriate clothes and grooming Appropriate language Respect titles and salutations Use of technology: phone/cell phones, email, pagers, internet, etc.

PROJECT Complete the project titled, What Not To Do Video.

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