Five Keys that Identify a Professional
After listening and participating in the two-week lecture of “Professionalism is for Everyone” we recognized Five Keys that identify a professional. Remember, professionalism is a skill that is learned and practiced. To be a Professional, one MUST act as a Professional.
Part one: Using the five keys rank them in order from which you believe to be your Strongest Key to your Weakest Key and explain in one paragraph your ranking.
Part two: To stereotype a leader is dangerous because we may assume that there is only one way to lead, their way. However, there are many ways to lead and leaders come from all walks of life.
For part two, identify a person who you believe is a leader that meets or exceeds the five keys to being a true professional. This person can be either living or deceased, a family member, a co-worker, a teacher, again anyone who you think exemplifies the characteristics of the Keys.
Write one paragraph for each key on how you feel this person meets or exceeds each key. You will have five paragraphs in total for part two.