Title: Professional conduct in daily work ensures a successful personal and social life
Each individual selects a field of study according to their intellectual capabilities, preferences, and ability to fulfil the duties required in their chosen profession. Attaining expertise in a particular discipline, skills in handling data in practice, and best communication with partners ensure an individual’s successful personal, professional, and social life. Continuous instruction with updated information in a dynamic, competitive, and dominant digital world where info about everything fast circulates is required. Scientific info delivered in practice when and where necessary supposes dexterities in data management and aptitudes in transferring information of interest to customers. If the results of this process enchant the consumers, an increase in return on investment will be accounted for, providing a prosperous individual life. Building trustworthy, respectful, and merciful relationships with partners facilitates business continuity and development, enhances personal career and financial stability, and guarantees knowledge advancement quickly on hand when needed. The education gap drives practice inefficiency and a poor personal and social life generating various disorders at the individual and community levels. Evidence in clinical practice has shown that improper communication in the affair can lead to depression, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and even brain haemorrhage in exposed, mainly vulnerable individuals. It is important to address the lack of instruction about interpersonal skills in both professional and personal settings.
Audience Take Away Notes:
- Audience recognize professionalism as a core element for the improvement of personal, professional, and social life
- Audience identify key components defining professionalism: getting hold of expertise in a chosen domain, abilities in knowledge delivery when and where necessary, communication skills with collaborators, building an honest relationship with partners, and personal conduct in daily work aligned with social norms
- Audience consider the interdependence between the components of professionalism for a successful career
- Audience identify the unprofessionalism’s effects in their practice
- Audience apply a model for the improvement of professionalism in their community