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FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICES (NC II)
Unit of Competency:
PRACTICE CAREER PROFESSIONALISM PRACTICING CAREER PROFESSIONALISM
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Cagayan de Oro (Bugo) School of Arts & Trades (COBSAT) Bugo, Cagayan de Oro City
Code No. 500311107
Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism
Date Developed June 12, 2010
Date Revised June 12, 2010
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2010 Page # 2 . Cagayan de Oro City Code No.Unit of Competency: Module Title: Practice Career Professionalism Practicing Career Professionalism Prepared by: ROGELINE A. MABAO Cagayan de Oro (Bugo) School of Arts and Trades (COBSAT) Bugo. 2010 Date Revised June 12. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12.
2010 Page # 3 . principles. you don't have to do the same training again. If you can demonstrate to your trainer that you are competent in a particular outcome.How to use this Competency Based Learning Material Welcome to the learning guide for the module Practicing Career Professionalism. It is one of the required subjects in Basic Competency for National Certificate Level II (NC II). If you have a qualification or Certificate of Competence from previous training. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. If the skills you acquired are still current and relevant to the unit/s of competency they may become part of the evidence you can present for RPL. Instruction Sheets: • Information Sheet – This will provide you with information on concepts. Follow these activities on your own and answer the self-check at the end of each learning outcome. 2010 Date Revised June 12. • Self-Check Sheet – This is designed to evaluate you on your comprehension on what to do in organizing an effective team that will contribute to the attainment of the learning outcome. and other relevant information needed in performing certain activities. Talk to your trainer about having them formally recognized. The unit of competency “Practicing Career Professionalism" contains the knowledge. Code No. skills and attitudes required for Tourism Industry. If you have some questions. In each learning outcome there are Information Sheets and Resource Sheets (Reference Materials for further reading to help you better understand the required activities). show it to your trainer. If you are not sure about the currency of your skills. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) You may already have some or most of the knowledge and skills covered in this learning material because you have been working for some time and already completed training in this area. This learning material contains training materials and activities for you to complete. You are required to go through a series of learning activities in order to complete each learning outcomes of the module. don’t hesitate to ask your facilitator for assistance. discuss this with your trainer.
• Work through all information and complete the activities in each learning outcome. • The trainer will tell you about the important things that you need to consider as you do the activities so listen attentively and take notes. please be guided by the following: • Talk to your trainer and agree on how you both will organize the training under this module. Your trainer keeps feedback or assessment report. He could be your supervisor or manager to show you the correct way to do things. • After completing this module. • As you work through the activities. ask for written feedback on your progress.This learning material was prepared to help achieve the required competency in “Practice Career Professionalism”. • Ask help from your trainer. All the learning activities are designed for you to complete at your own pace. In doing the activities to complete the requirements of this module. Result of your assessment will be recorded in your progress chart. . Read this module carefully which cover all the knowledge and skills needed to practice career professionalism. • Talk to more experienced professionals for guidance and additional knowledge. This will be the source of information for you to acquire the knowledge and skills in this particular trade independently and at your own pace with minimum supervision or help from your trainer. Answer the Self-Check at the end of every learning outcome. ask your trainer to assess your competency.
2010 Page # 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. VI. III.Code No. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. 2010 Date Revised June 12. II. V. IV. VIII. VII. How to Use this Competency-Based Learning Material Introduction LO1 Information Sheet LO1 Self-Check LO2 Information Sheet LO2 Self-Check LO3 Information Sheet LO3 Self-Check .
2010 Date Revised June 12. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA: LO1. . 1. 3. LEARNING OUTCOMES: At the end of this module. Integrate personal objectives with organizational goals: 1. Maintain professional growth and development. 2.Code No.1 Personal growth and work plans are pursued towards improving the qualifications set for the profession.2 Intra.3 Commitment to the organization and its goal is demonstrated in the performance of duties. 1. skills and attitudes required to practice career professionalism. 2010 Page # 5 QUALIFICATION : NC II Practice Career Professionalism Practicing Career Professionalism UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE : INTRODUCTION: This unit covers the knowledge.and interpersonal relationships are maintained in the course of managing oneself based on performance evaluation. Set and meet work priorities. Integrate personal objectives with organizational goals. you MUST be able to: 1. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12.
Set and meet work priorities: 2. 2.1 Trainings and career opportunities are identified and availed of based on job requirements 3.3 Practices along economic use and maintenance of equipment and facilities are followed as per established procedures. 2010 Page # 6 LO2.3 Licenses and/or certifications relevant to job and career are obtained and renewed ASSESMENT METHOD: Competency in this unit shall be assessed through: 1. Oral questioning 3. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. Agapay . Maintain professional growth and development: 3.2 Resources are utilized efficiently and effectively to manage work priorities and commitments.2 Recognitions are sought/received and demonstrated as proof of career advancement 3. team and organizational goals and objectives. 2010 Date Revised June 12. Written test RESOURCES: National Service Training Program (NSTP) By: Sergio J.Code No. 2. Lee Pages 17-43 Ethics and the Filipino People By: Ramon B. Observation 2.1 Competing demands are prioritized to achieve personal. LO3.
a person in prime condition . . moral and immoral. Self . You feel accountable for your actions. Be your own best friend and believe in yourself. You as You 2. 3. Only you can control your destiny and make a difference in your life. since the essential formula for achievement is selfanalysis. 1. 4. A.oneself / himself / herself / myself .belonging to oneself-own . You are you and what you think.Code No. You are endowed with moral sense. You are unique in your own way. 2010 Page # 7 INFORMATION SHEET PRACTICE CAREER PROFESSIONALISM Learning Outcome I Integrate Personal Objectives with Organizational Goals SELF – AWARENESS AND SELF – MANAGEMENT Let’s begin to know yourself. a. There’s a need for you to know: • • The difference between your biological or inherited traits and your environment or acquired traits.entire person as an individual b. so that you can become the person you want to be. perception or knowledge. such as: You are able to distinguish between good and evil. Awareness – having or showing realization. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. right and wrong. 2010 Date Revised June 12. You feel within yourself an obligation to do what is good and to avoid what is evil. expecting reward or punishment for them. Self-Awareness : an awareness of one’s own personality or individuality.
Signifying that Divine Providence is responsible for our destinies. This implies that he has a natural capacity to know God. Hard work – naturally hard working but there’s a need to be educated in the wise use of money. The Duty to Know God Man has a natural tendency to worship God. you’ve got only one real friend and one worst enemy and that is yourself. Use your “lakas at tibay ng loob” (courage and strength) to move away from the fatalistic “gulong ng palad” (wheel of fortune) and “bahala na” (come what may) attitude. Worship of God as a duty involves the following: 1. 2010 Date Revised June 12. whenever problems confront us. Integrity – this is the essence of self-respect. and Faith – there’s a need for intellectual conversion. discovers the presence of God as Creator and Supreme Lawgiver. 6. Begin without expecting instant miracles. one should love himself and keep his dignity. and have faith in the Almighty God who holds us in the palm of his hand. Practice the Core Values: Truth. You and Your Faith Filipino worship is directed towards God as a Father-figure who takes care of all (“Bahala na ang Diyos”). 4. by his own intellectual powers. . 2. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. Being aware of and remaining constantly on guard against Filipino tendency towards negativism. Social Justice – there’s a need to share our talents and material possessions with those who are unfortunate and poor. You as a Filipino 1. 2010 Page # 8 B. 5. Begin by getting involved with your life. It is said that we accept God’s existence as a matter of faith. Makialam Ka sa Buhay Mo! Cooperate. they tend to turn against God and blame Him for all the misfortune. C. Love. moral conversion in love. “makisama ka” by first initiating a change in your self. you can eventually propel yourself into positivism. Believe in your abilities and work unyieldingly to reach your objective.Code No. 3. Thus. We say “natural” because man.
500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. Success in self-management is always the result of something that leads up to it. or influenced by your attitudes. If we leave our lives up to chance. then our moral acts sum up our services to God. 2010 Page # 9 2. Behavior means our actions. If we feel good or positive about something we will behave more positively about it. but our life – made clean and worthy of God’s infinite goodness. with self-perfection. love of God is a personal response to His presence. Thus. a sort of physical infatuation or pious sentiment. The Duty to Serve God If to love God is to obey God’s will. Most of what seems to happen to you. It is in this sense. or allowed to happen. We cannot offer God anything else. Our feelings will directly influence our actions. 2. . 3. your feelings are created. The Duty to Love God Loving God in a religious sense. It is not a mere emotional reaction. How we act. influenced. directed. that religion is concerned with the sanctification of souls. means being attached to Him. How we feel about something will always determine or affect what we do and how we will do it. The Self-Management Sequence: The Five Steps that control our success or failure: 1. THE SELF – MANAGEMENT SEQUENCE Life is not a matter of luck or fortune.Code No. happens because of something you created. Behavior The step that directly controls our success or failure is our behavior – what we do or do not do. controlled. 2010 Date Revised June 12. Feelings Every action we take is first filtered through our feelings. determined. each moment of each day will determine whether or not we will be successful that moment or that day in everything that we do. what we do. chances are we fail. It is the submission of our mind and heart to what God is and to what He is saying to us.
Belief doesn’t require something to be true. Good attitudes are created.Code No. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. some good. 4. direct our actions. 2010 Date Revised June 12. 5. Whether the programming was right or wrong. The belief that we have about anything is so powerful that it can even make something appear to be something different than what it really is. controlled. create our feelings. or influenced entirely by our beliefs. affects our behavior. and help us to do well or poorly. true or false. It only requires us to believe that it’s true. It only requires us to believe that it is. Some people seem to have a good attitude about most things. reinforced. Our attitudes play a very important part in helping us become successful. the result of it is what we believe. Beliefs What we believe about anything will determine our attitudes about it. Belief doesn’t require that something be the way we see it to be. But when you look closer. and determines our success or failure: Programming creates beliefs Beliefs create attitudes Attitudes create feelings Feelings determine actions Actions create results . Our conditioning from the day we were born has created. you will find that most of us have a combination of attitude. It is our programming that sets up our beliefs. some not so good. succeed or fail. Attitudes Your attitudes are the perspective from which you view your life. 2010 Page # 10 3. What we believe determines our attitudes. Programming We believe that we are programmed to believe. and the chain reaction begins. and nearly permanently cemented most of what we believe about ourselves and what we believe about most of what goes on around us. Some seem to have a bad attitude about everything.
The guided career paths and career plans have to be sorted out by the individual. Corporate Career Paths – a guided career path of progressive companies. As being defined: Career Paths – a guided stepladder for any employee in an organization for the purpose of career progression within the organization. These are important because it takes the profession of the individual in his own hands to determine how he or she wishes to progress in their discipline or line of work. and conduct thorough research along the way. the direct supervisor. You need to consider different parts of the process. Do you affect change in your life.Code No. 2010 Date Revised June 12. so you need to be proactive about your decision. or are you at the whim of change? Partly. Management Career Path (MCP) – a path that eventually leads to the management pathway because the more of an authority you become in that field.allow the employee to view their growth within the company and creates a vision and sense of belonging. your approach to choosing the right career path is systematic. SELECTING THE RIGHT CAREER PATH Selecting the right career path can be difficult. . 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. and the vision of the company. built into their HR Model to determine succession planning and performance evaluation for the betterment of their companies. 2010 Page # 11 CAREER PATHS AND CAREER PLANS Personal growth and work plans are pursued towards improving the qualifications set for the profession. That way you will be in the best position to make the best decision. . you eventually will end up in management.
2010 Page # 12 SELF CHECK LEARNING OUTCOME 1 Activity 1: Self-Assessment A. WHO AM I? Direction: Check your self-estimate on the following Personality Dimensions. . 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. 2010 Date Revised June 12. Choose only one per group of descriptions.Code No.
conscientious. among the poorest in the class Very physically active. has some artistic talent. school minded. indifferent. conforming. indifferent to conventional Delights in misdeeds that flaunt-rules and law. too weak to do physical exercise Hardly physically active. attends artistic performances if there is time Don't care about art. don't understand art INTELLECTUAL LEADERSHIP CONSCIENCE B C D A B C D A B C D A ACHIEVEMENT PHYSICAL AESTHETIC B C D . recipient of awards and honors Performing well in school. as good as half the class Performing barely satisfactorily. somewhat conventional May disobey rules or law as long as no one else sees. regular consuler of artistic commodity Likes certain forms of art. active follower Below average achiever. etc.Personality Dimensions Put Check Marks A B C D A B C D A Who am I. creative. does not care about Performing outstandingly in school. athlete-minded. somewhat disturbed with misdeeds committed. plays. hardly informed High achiever. adequately informed Below average. strongly disturbed with misdeeds committed. connoseur of art. a thinker. art exhibits. Self-estimate of Your Characteristics Feature Brilliant. joins athletics only when required. easy-going. conventional. lacking in Highly artistic. independent. energetic Somewhat physically active. Somewhat appreciative of art. highly-informed Bright. avid consumer of artistic commodity like records and tapes. indifferent follower Strongly law-abiding. moderately active leader Average achiever. takes to athletics regularly Physically inactive. better than most students Performing satisfactorily. well-informed Average. very active leader Above average achiever. studious. not disturbed misdeeds. outgoing. concerts. shuns athletics. strictly conventional Somewhat law-abiding.
seen by peers as cooperative. persevering. somewhat assertive. relaxing to be with Hardly lively. adverse Eloquent. adaptable. enterprising. persuasive. does not perform church work. hardly performs benevolent acts Irreligious. short lived effort. quiescent Grouchy. uncertain about life goals and vague as to the future Lacking in ambition. considerate. appreciative by community for civic/social work Hardly loving and lovable.Code No. does not work up to completion of task. hostile. pleasant. affiliates with others Somewhat accommodating. fun to be with Somewhat lively. very highly aspiring. most highly regarded by family. awkward. contemplative. empathetic. excitable. gives some time to church work. very benevolent Somewhat religious. 500311107 Personality Dimensions EMOTIONAL WARMTH Put Check Marks A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A RELIGIOUS B C D A OUTLOOK IN LIFE B C D A SELFWORTH B C Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. forceful. tense Very accommodating. very optimistic. makes no projection about the future lives by the day Very loving and worthy of love. seldom engages in church work. quite hopeful of the future Hardly ambitious. gives much time to church work. cheerful. seen by peers as passive follower. occasionally pleasant. ineffective in communicative Very religious. prefers to execute ready-made plans accepts but does not seek responsibility Hardly enduring. irretable. somewhat effective Hardly skillful and effective in communication Faltering. insensitive to others. assertive. responsible. somewhat enthusiastic. somewhat highly aspiring. if possible no responsibility Unenduring. wishing harm done to others Very enduring. 2010 Date Revised June 12. unenthusiastic. planful Somewhat enduring. and hopeful of the future Somewhat ambitious. 2010 Page # 13 Who am I. unnoticeable in civic/social work PERSONAL RELATIONS WORK COMMUNICATING . Self-estimate of Your Characteristics Feature Very lively. effective in communication Somewhat eloquent. with little enthusiasm. somewhat benevolent Hardly religious. cooperative Hardly accommodating. irresponsible. somewhat self-directed Stand-offish. very enthusiastic. recognized as leader in civic/social work Somewhat loving and lovable. performs no benevolent acts or work Very ambitious. seldom makes plans. in dispensable peer attainment of goals.
_______________ 4.) 110-130 89-109 68-88 47-67 28-48 Activity 2: Written Test I. _______________ 3. Please answer all questions briefly. what did you want to be when you grow up? Is it entirely different from what you are doing right now? Why? Or why not? (minimum of 5 sentences) PERSONALITY DIMENSIONS Excellent Above Average Average Below Average Poor GRADES 90% 85% 80% 75% 60% . II. _______________ 1. The person in authority to help build up your career. The guided career path in companies are built in _______ model. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. _______________ 5. MCP stands for. 2010 Date Revised June 12. Write your answers on the space provided. _______________ 2.Code No. When you were a child. Essay. A guide or stepladder for any individual to determine how he or she wishes to progress in line of discipline and in work. 2010 Page # 14 How to Score the Self-Assessment: Score A x 10 Score B x 8 Score C x 6 Score D x 4 = = = = 130 points 104 points 78 points 52 points Summation of all points = ______ points Refer to the table below for your rating score: SCORES (PTS. Identification. The path were you perform your duties in the organization.
b. Realistic Self-Image – based on the real self.is responsible in influencing people’s way of living. or a motivating force in the human person. a foundation-head of one’s identity. Overrated Self-Image – stresses on the positive traits. Important Realities of the Human Person 1. and the will. The Being . 2010 Page # 15 INFORMATION SHEET PRACTICE CAREER PROFESSIONALISM Learning Outcome II Set and Meet Work Priorities HUMAN PERSON AND VALUES DEVELOPMENT A. . The Others – refers to persons or groups considered important and given the right to influence one’s self. 2010 Date Revised June 12. Moreover. one’s essential course of action. one’s essential bonds. be strongsomething intrinsically valuable or desirable. The Self-Image – a person’s understanding of himself. The Sensibility and the Body – the important realities of the human person. c. B.its formation is derived from two sources: others and the experiences of the self. . by successive changes to move from the original position to one providing more opportunity for effective use. “valere”. values are the bases of judging what attitudes and behavior are correct and desirable and what are not.the wellspring.the mainspring. Thus. Values Development Value is derived from Latin word. the freedom. The “I” – has three (3) different aspects: the intellect. A thing has value when it is perceived as good and desirable. or result of developing the values for Human Dignity. . . 4. 3. 5.Three (3) kinds of self-image: a. Develop is to acquire gradually.Code No. process. Values Development is the act. Negative Self-Image – delves on limitations and differences rather than assets. to be worth. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. . 2.
2010 Page # 16 Behavior – the manner of conducting oneself. others require a more creative approach. concept or situation) Habit – interaction of knowledge (what to do). . film. . skill (how to do). group or species to its environment. 5. Selecting the Best Option – after the evaluation. Decisions involve a commitment to action. and the hardest step in achieving anything is making a true commitment. B. Key Steps in Decision Making by Systematic Approach 1. and desire (want to do.Code No. DECISION MAKING Deciding something means making a choice or coming to conclusion and neither of those things is easy. or diagram) Effective leadership and structures to deal with the size of the group. Good means of stimulating and sharing ideas (e. 5. Effective way of testing different suggestions offered.response of an individual. 4. 2. the “best” option is selected using anyone of a number of techniques or approaches. Setting Objectives – define the purpose of the decision and consider what outcomes or objectives it will achieve. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. .g. 2.a manner in which a person behaves. Attitude – a position assumed for a specific purpose. 4. It is the act or process of deciding. Factors which Help in Decision Making 1. It is a choice between two or more options/alternatives. 3. 2010 Date Revised June 12.an organismic state of readiness to respond in a characteristics way to a stimulus (as an object. Evaluating Options – involves determining the extent to which the decision options meet the decision objectives. Clear understanding of who has responsibility for the decision. Clear goal. Commitment of the leader to genuine group involvement in making the decision. 6. . Collecting Information – have sufficient information for the choices you need to make. a determination of either to win or to lose. Identifying Alternative Solution – look at all possible options: some are obvious. The decisions are important because they have the power to trigger the process of forming aspiration and goals into reality. 3. a code. A. others have to be logically deduced.
skills. 3. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. status in society. majority vote. Finalizing your Career Choice 1. etc. Look at what sorts of roles. and even your circle of friends. . Meeting someone in the shoes you one day hope to fill also provides you with opportunity to ask specific questions about the role you won’t be able to find anywhere else. 2. Know yourself. After examining your talents. you’ve conducted research to find out more about relevant careers. b. 2010 Date Revised June 12. Get a taste for what you might be in for. Conduct good old self examination In this. satisfaction of your needs. how you handle stress and other emotions. 3.7. you could identify your: • Talents – the things that you are naturally good at. Identify what you need to do in order to have the qualifications and knowledge to begin your career. the time-frame you have and what you need to do to achieve your goals. • Skills – these are how you do something. consensus. The Professionals Suggests 1. Ask your friends and family what they think as well. you may be able to spend some work experience with them. Look at careers that you could be suited to. Remember when considering your options. what sort of environment you would like to work in. secret ballot. Deciding on the Right Path 1. your choice will determine your income. you’ve looks at the careers that suit those. 2. Agreement beforehand on what procedures will be the most appropriate (e.g. 3. the location you work. 2010 Page # 17 C. interests. E. If the role is within our current organizations. industries. D. • Character Traits – e. whether you like physical work. a. Draw up a plan outlining what you would like to achieve.) Code No. 2. there’s a need for you to choose your career path. 4.g. or areas that interest you.
Code No. 2010 Page # 18 SELF CHECK LEARNING OUTCOME 2 Activity 1: Personal Growth and Reflection A. What can I say about myself in the following? CATEGORIES EXPLANATION My Heart My Sensibility/Emotion My Intelligence My Will Action Interpersonal Relationship Relationship with God . Self-Image/Self-Inventory 1. What do people say of me? WHO? SAYS WHAT? DO I EXPERIENCE MYSELF TO BE LIKE THAT? 3. How do I see myself? POSITIVE NEGATIVE LIMITATIONS 2. 2010 Date Revised June 12. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12.
2010 Date Revised June 12. 2010 Page # 19 4. Friends/Neighbors 4. Share your experience with the other groups. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. Severe trials encountered in my life. 2. Co-worker INFLUENCE POSITIVE NEGATIVE 5.Code No. Church 5. Parents 2. Influence of certain person or groups in my life. Schedule an interview with that person. Meet someone who’s in a role you would like to move into someday. Prepare some questions that you want to ask regarding the success of a person’s career. TRIALS HOW DID IT AFFECT YOU? WHAT DID YOU DO TO OVERCOME IT? Activity 2: Interview Choose your preferred group mates (2-3 persons per group). . PERSONS/GROUP 1. Spouse/Children 3.
It can make the difference between you getting a raise or getting nothing at all. PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT Professional conduct is really a way of life. continually learn and integrate principles in an upward growth. the want to do Effectiveness is defined as the basis of a person’s character. It starts before you begin to look for a job. Habits are powerful factors in our lives. Habit is defined as the interaction of knowledge. Professional conduct is essential. often unconscious patterns and constantly daily express our character and produce our effectiveness or ineffectiveness. your conduct will be looked at from many different perspectives. the “what to do?” and “why?” • Skill – the “how to do?” • Desire – the motivation. It starts before you enter the employer's door. All these three are necessary to make something a habit in our lives. 2010 Date Revised June 12. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. The people who work in positions at levels above your own will be watching you for clues as to your promote-ability. 2010 Page # 20 INFORMATION SHEET PRACTICE CAREER PROFESSIONALISM Learning Outcome III Maintain Professional Growth and Development DEVELOPING GOOD HABITS FOR EFFECTIVENESS Our character is a composite of our habits. These are defined as follows: • Knowledge – the theoretical paradigm. how you are treated and the way you are given opportunities to excel. and desire. The individuals you work with will see how you treat others and how well you do your job. Understanding professionalism can alter your career path. skill. . It starts with you – your attitude. courteous and honest. The way you act and behave influences the way you are approached. They are consistent.Code No. creating an empowering center of correct maps from which an individual can effectively solve problems. It can lead to promotions when your peers are still languishing in their old positions. The people who are in positions at a level below yours will be checking to see if you are consistent. As an employee. maximize opportunities.
but to most people. People will want to be around you. abusive relationships and inadequate educations to change their personal histories so that they reflect honor. Those are some of the most sought-after traits in EVERY industry. Show respect. When it is time to promote someone. who do you think the supervisors are going to think of? Are they going to consider the employee who is late to work. No matter where you go or what you do. it boils down to the Golden Rule: Treat others the way you would like to be treated. Professional conduct can mean many things. Another aspect is to inject enthusiasm wherever you go. below are some suggestions: Follow the rules. especially those people in positions above yours and you will find that those actions are recognized and remembered. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. Your future is at stake. for the most part. What you do and what you say defines who you are. get things done. are they going to look to you – the professional who consistently does more than what is expected. integrity and maturity. though. When you are filled with energy and excitement. NEVER SETTLE FOR MEDIOCRITY. leaves tasks undone and loses his/her temper all the time? Or. 2010 Date Revised June 12. Consider these aspects of a professional employee: • • One aspect of being an outstanding employee is to continue to learn once you have secured the job you want. Choose wisely. Remaining as you are is not acceptable. Employers are looking for people who can handle the day-to-day activities of their organization without losing their temper. poverty. If you want to succeed. being successful is almost entirely up to you.Code No. . A professional handles him or herself with pride and finesse. it flows to everyone around you. cooperate with others and learn how to solve problems. class. challenged and achieved. So many people have overcome horrible childhoods. It becomes contagious and each person you spend time with will wish they had what you have. bickering with others or lying and cheating to climb the corporate ladder. success and wealth. they are not. do everything that is expected of you (and more) and help others achieve their goals. You have within you so much that can be explored. Are they always formally recognized with plaques and rewards? No. causes little or no trouble and pays attention to details? If you want to make an impact on your supervisor(s). 2010 Page # 21 There are many ways to express what an employee should or should not do. it is a sign of dignity. Mostly. Be nice. Professional conduct is essential to your future.
Both the Professional Services member and the performance manager should also retain a copy. To arrive at an assessment for the year. During that meeting. c. 2010 Date Revised June 12. Feedback is a critical component in the process of achieving both personal and company goals. this tries to develop skills of people to achieve their capability to satisfy their ambitiousness and also increase profit of a firm.Code No. adding the relevant communication and action on the progress achieved against these predetermined goals helping organizations achieve their strategic goals. The annual review should be completed at the end of the fiscal year. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. It involves building on that process. PERFORMANCE REVIEW a. as well as other indicators/input regarding your contributions like the goals set at the beginning of the year. Definition The Annual Performance Review enables you to receive feedback on your performance relative to the goals you set on the current fiscal year. and the original to the Human Resource Department for filing in the individual Professional Services member’s file. . Performance Review Process Individual Professional Services members complete the performance review document and submit the draft to their performance manager for review and input prior to the review meeting. the performance manager finalizes the evaluation and sends a copy to the appropriate team leader for review. Additionally. The main purpose of this is to link individual objectives and organizational objectives and bring about that individuals obey important worth for the enterprise. What is Reviewed? This provides the basis for merit and incentive compensation decisions as well as give you feedback critical to your future performance. b. consider all performance period. 2010 Page # 22 CORPORATE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT This is the process of assessing progress toward achieving predetermined goals. Performance Review also provides an opportunity to recognize personal accomplishment and ensure success for individuals and for the company.
read the manuals for the proper operation and use of these tools or resources. 2010 Date Revised June 12. That one most important resource is YOU. then at least have the heart to give it your best. Most resources entrusted to you have something to do with your jobs. Prioritization Everyday we are at work. How we prioritize our work affects the nature by which we complete our work. albeit seemingly insignificant is always better for you and the organization. Everyone has a responsibility to manage company resources. our organizational skills are tested by the number of tasks we have to complete in that day. Each task you do is a step towards your career goals. . Prioritization is the first step. This way you become a part of the company and the company becomes a part of you. 5. You need to be able to give the dedication and commitment to your everyday work activities to truly be effective within the organization. 2010 Page # 23 HOW TO ACHIEVE YOUR CAREER GOALS? 1. Learn to prioritize to give yourself ample time to complete your tasks well.Code No. Doing your job If you can’t do something the right way. Manage yourself well. Reaching the summit of a mountain is not accomplished by a “single step”. Resource Management It does not matter in what level you operate within the corporation. Primarily to reaching any goal is breaking it down into simple. Doing average everyday tasks It’s not the big goals that count most – it’s the smaller goals that can be achieved more reasonably and effectively. Even the slightest improvement to something that is so random and routine. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. attainable steps. Constant improvement The Japanese have a term for this called “Kaizen”. 3. 4. Ask for criticism and feedback on your work regularly so as to know what to improve. We practice prioritization everyday by completing the most critical tasks and that of our team members. It is the smaller goals that lead us on the path toward our eventual rendezvous with the larger goal. This way you can learn to improve. 2.
2010 Page # 24 RECOGNITION AND INCENTIVE An incentive program is a formal scheme used to promote or encourage specific actions or behavior by a specific group of people during a defined period of time. The scientific literature also refers to this concept as Pay for Performance. These are often used to reduce turnover. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. increase retention. 2010 Date Revised June 12. Join organizations and apply for memberships to institutions that are recognized in your industry and in your line of work. and drive daily employee performance. boost morale and loyalty. This is particularly used in business management to motivate employees. Find certifying bodies that are respectable and considered by the industry as authorities to further your knowledge and your career. and in sales in order to attract and retain customers. .Code No. TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION Improve yourself by continued education related to your job or advancement to a higher position within the industry. Employee incentive programs are programs used to increase overall employee performance. improve employee wellness.
4. 2. 1. 2. How can you achieve your career goals? Why is there a need for a continued education? Can we consider recognition as proof of career advancement? Why? Why is professional conduct important? How is performance review conducted? Activity 2: Role Playing 1. 500311107 Module Title Practicing Career Professionalism Date Developed June 12. 2010 Date Revised June 12. 2010 Page # 25 SELF CHECK LEARNING OUTCOME 3 Activity 1: Written Test Essay. Come up with a group of 5-8 members.Code No. Perform by role playing a working environment showing the proper way of practicing career professionalism. 5. 3. Please answer the following questions briefly. .
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