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Committed to a sure standards of behaviour is called the professionalism. This declaration is force us more productive as a whole. This professional knowledge that people see you in your hand as a courier of their Company, department, business, community, etc. It is Professional's responsibility to behave in the ways that brings credit to themselves and more importantly to the organization. If we think about the characteristics of communication. Communication is significant in my definition of professionalism because, communication is often the solution of all problems. In order to be deafening in business everyone has to be satisfied with their job and atmosphere. Communication gives workers the prospect to state their opinions, concerns, or encouragement. It helps people work more efficiently as department, thus making businesses blossom. Many qualities make up a person's character. As well as Honesty is very important in portraying good character because it helps a person to gain the trust of others. In a good working environment people have to count on each other for many things, and being an honest person makes it a lot easier. Once trust is lost, it is hard to gain back. Confidence is a key to being a professional. A confident person who has the ability to handle every thing is not afraid to take a risk and at the end of the day make a lot of money. Some risks need to be taken especially when the reward outweighs the risk. Confident people climb the social ladder and adapt to what needs to be done in different areas. Confidence is often an attribute found in leaders and every company needs a leader. Respectfulness is something that should be presents everywhere. People should recognize their superiors and treat them with the utmost respectful manners. Respect should be given to your seniors, because you would expect the same has to be done from your juniors.
Performance wise I am bit weak of as Cyril o houle's requirements as he is mention that in his performance characteristics :knowledge and skill base practice for the personal development which can also describe in practice of your profession: a man should be mastery of theoretical knowledge which is come be experience; to solve the problems easily ; then use of practical knowledge which I learnt in my past by experiencing the easy and hard tasks in my past life or by the professional studies; in the end he said self enhancement according to the professional by participating the knowledge base activities. For instance, reading books, listserv discussion groups, newspapers etc. Continue professional education also enhance the sense of professional affiliation and identity.
Basically we are following the needs: in other words every one is in race of needs, having evolved over tens of thousands of years. So I would like to show the maslow's hierarchy of needs motivation model which is still valid in all over the world since 1940's-50's.
This model explains how these needs motivate us all. It shows us how we must have to satisfy each need in turn, starting with the first, which deals with the most obvious needs for survival itself. If lower order needs of physical and emotional well-being are satisfied then we need to worry about with the higher order needs of influence and personal development.
3. Reference from previous task
According to my 1st task of my assignment I had explained my formal professional development in the form of my studying in Bachelorette degree in computing I did that in year 2005, as well as in informal developments of my life. It helps me a lot in my life, to change my life style and approaching style as well as how to handle the problems more efficiently and effectively. But I haven't had any practical knowledge in IT field but still I am trying to get the higher level of my professional abilities in information technology which I will able to get by using these techniques are below. Which I have found them in my Professional development class, these are actually excellent for a professional's if they will apply on his practical life.
What is reflection or reflected studies?
As we know reflection is an every day process as we interact with series of problem which we face every day in our life. By clicking these questions: What went well? What didn't? Why? How do I feel about it?
It just happens as inner feelings, thoughts and emotions about something generally. To tackle the problems we think perhaps we can choose to do something differently, or not, as a result of reflecting, but reflection is essentially a kind of loose processing of thoughts and feelings about an event. Any event or experience at all. Reflection can be a more structured way of processing in order to deal with problems. This type of reflection may take place when we have had time to be stand back from something, or talk it through, as in: as on one reflection, I think you might be right', or on the second thoughts, I realised he was more upset than me.'
If we intentionally reflect as part of the role, there would be a rough progression of 'How did it go? What went well? Why? What didn't? Why? What next?' Examples might be of a cricket coach reflecting after a match, a teacher reflecting on a lesson, or simply a parent thinking about how best to deal with a teenager. In this kind of reflection, the aim is to look deeply at what happened, sort out what is really going on and explore in depth, in order to improve, or change something for next time.
3.2 Key Essentials of a reflection
1. Understanding of an event: We don't always learn from experiences. Reflection is where we critically analyse our experiences.
2. Standing back technique: It could be hard while standing back but it is good technique with that you will realise or could get the batter view of a situation.
3. Repetition: Reflection involves doing one thing again and again to create a broader view of the incident to accomplish accurately. Or it could help you to check the errors to alter them in right manners.
4. Striving after truth: we acknowledge the truth of any situation by striving or digging deeper in the incident.
5. Reviewing activities: Reflection can bring greater clarity, if you see the same incident in same for your prospect for instance, seeing events reflected in a mirror. This can help at any part of planning, reviewing activities.
6. Learning ability: Reflection is about learning and life long learning and understanding in depth of any thing. This includes gaining valuables knowledge that cannot be just 'taught'.
7. Conclusions: Reflection is as building blocks of any incident for drawing conclusions in order develop an approach, strategy or movement.
Reflection is a type of thinking associated with deep thought, aimed to achieving better understanding. It contains a mixture of some essentials:
3.3 Reflecting on your learning:
It can help you take an objective view of your progress and see what is going well and what needs to be emend or needs to change for the next time it is about future planning.
3.4 Key questions to think about as practicing reflection learning:
1. How did it go? How do I feel about it?
2. What went well, or OK? Why?
3. What was not so good? Why?
4. How could this have been done differently?
5. What should I change or work on for next time? What would be the first step?
3.5 Advantages of reflection learning:
You will feel that immediately then you wouldn't go ahead you will wait until every thing is ok, it helps you see what went well and give you spotlight on the positive side of an action as well as the more negative side of the action or event. Helps you to develop a problem-solving approach, rather than stand back thinking about difficulties. For instance, it is very helpful to reflect when you receive feedback of on your assignment, as a way of using the feedback to change or develop your approach.
Way I haven't learnt properly? What were the hindered in my life?
Writing just for me means I can write freely, thoughts and feelings are expressed in a relaxed and informal way. I can make jumps in my thinking and explore connections between thoughts this writing a creative process that encourages me to develop new ideas.
Writing regularly in a journal helps me to develop and experiment with my own writing style. Putting ideas into words is a crucial academic writing skill. It takes practice to develop a style you feel comfortable with, and a journal is a good place to take some risks and try out different 'voices'. You don't have to write a lot at once, but it does help to write little and often, if possible every day.
It helps your confidence to look back over a journal and see progress, how you have dealt with difficulties, and how your ideas have moved on.
Develop your writing style; writing regularly in helps you develop and experiment with your own writing style. Putting ideas into words is a critical academic writing skill. It takes practice to develop a style you feel comfortable with, and a general is a good place to take some risks and try out different ways. You don't have to write a lot at once, but it does help to write little and often, preferably every day. It helps your confidence to look back over writing and see progress, how you have dealt with difficulties, and how your ideas have moved on. It is very useful to have a note of issues and queries you might want to raise with a tutor or other students. A general writing is an important record for checking back, and can help you plan next steps.