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Chrm Message From: Iyer Subramanian Total Posts: 8 Join Date: 27/02/2010
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 20/06/2010 03:37:02 Points: 40 Location: India

Every one of us wants to be professional in their work but how many of them actually work their way out to become professional. Professionalism is not in one's attire, position but it eventually undermines how coherently you take up your work, understand the work, delegate the work, customize the work, andbring the work to the logical completion with the employees in your organization.

I have given 38 practices which are universal in nature and these practices are inculcated, practiced on a day to day basis you are on the road to professionalism. Professionalism is in the being and in no way related to the trappings of the external thing.  

I have posted this write up at www.articlesbase.com

It is a must read for the managers who want themselves to be called PROFESSIONALS.

Kindly forward your honest views.

IYER SUBRAMANIAN 

Chrm Message From: Malini Raghunath Total Posts: 17 Join Date: 27/02/2010  
Rank: Executive Post Date: 20/06/2010 10:27:27 Points: 85 Location: India
Hi,

Professionalism is always topic of my interest, but I cud not connect to the article in the site, is it possible to send the url direct link to the article please.

Thanks & Regards...Malini
 
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