Topic: A List of Professional Attributes - A-Z of Work ethics

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to share this list I received from someone, because I feel it really applies to all of us who want to build a brand. I guess this is something that anyone who aspires to be successful in life (or internet marketing - or any other business) should shoot for, and would constitute the basics of good work ethics. I say "shoot for", because most of us haven't arrived there yet. Here is the list (see below) - kind of like an A-Z of professionalism.

Somesh.

A-Z OF PROFESSIONAL WORK ETHICS

Accountable.
Acknowledges mail, e-mail, and calls promptly.
Adaptable.
Admits when he/she is wrong.
Authentic.
Bears responsibility.
Broadminded.
Caring.
Carries business cards.
Collaborates.
Communicates well.
Confidential.
Consistent.
Courteous.
Credible.
Decisive.
Dependable.
Determined.
Diligent.
Disciplined.
Displays integrity and a high ethical standard.
Doesn’t gossip or talk badly about others behind their backs.
Doesn’t hold grudges.
Doesn’t let things slip through the cracks.
Doesn’t make excuses.
Delivers over and beyond what people expect.
Effective.
Efficient.
Empathetic.
Engaging.
Enthusiastic.
Evolving.
Excels in their line of work.
Exercises self-control.
Focused.
Forgiving.
Generous.
Gets along with people.
Gets the job done.
Gives credit where credit is due (including copyright material).
Go-getter.
Goal-setter.
Good at working in a team.
Good interpersonal skills.
Hard worker.
Has a personal mission statement.
Has an elevator speech (if needed).
Has conviction.
Hears all sides.
Helps others with their problems.
Helps others to succeed.
Highly committed.
Humble.
Innovative.
Interested in others.
Is a person of their word.
Kind.
Knows that family is important.
Knows that health is important.
Knows that time to relax is important.
Knows that time to think is important.
Learns from mistakes.
Listens well.
Looks at obstacles as challenges to overcome.
Loyal.
Maintains gains while being proactive.
Makes the best of situations.
Manages stress.
Methodical.
Motivated.
Networks well.
Nonjudgmental.
Not afraid to fail.
Not manipulative.
Not satisfied with mediocrity. Has a commitment to excellence.
Objective.
Open to new ideas and learning new ways of doing things.
Organized.
Passionate.
Patient.
Persevering.
Planner.
Positive attitude.
Precise.
Proactive.
Realistic.
Relates well to others.
Respectful.
Saving.
Scheduled.
Scrupulous.
Seeks improvement.
Selfless.
Sharp spiritually.
Shows appreciation and expresses thanks.
Sincere.
Stays abreast of new developments.
Studious.
Takes responsibility.
Teachable.
Thinker.
Time management skills.
Transparent.
Tries to do more with less.
Trustworthy.
Truthful.
Upright.
Values others.
Vision that expands.
Willing to change.
Willing to take necessary risks.
Willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done.

Hope you like it.

Somesh.

Last edited by Somesh Thakur (2010-05-06 19:42:08)

Re: A List of Professional Attributes - A-Z of Work ethics

Somesh Thakur wrote:

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to share this list I received from someone, because I feel it really applies to all of us who want to build a brand. I guess this is something that anyone who aspires to be successful in life (or internet marketing - or any other business) should shoot for, and would constitute the basics of good work ethics. I say "shoot for", because most of us haven't arrived there yet. Here is the list (see below) - kind of like an A-Z of professionalism.

Somesh.

A-Z OF PROFESSIONAL WORK ETHICS

Accountable.
Acknowledges mail, e-mail, and calls promptly.
Adaptable.
Admits when he/she is wrong.
Bears responsibility.
Broadminded.
Caring.
Carries business cards.
Collaborates.
Communicates well.
Confidential.
Consistent.
Courteous.
Credible.
Decisive.
Dependable.
Determined.
Diligent.
Disciplined.
Displays integrity and a high ethical standard.
Doesn’t gossip or talk badly about others behind their backs.
Doesn’t hold grudges.
Doesn’t let things slip through the cracks.
Doesn’t make excuses.
Delivers over and beyond what people expect.
Effective.
Efficient.
Empathetic.
Engaging.
Enthusiastic.
Evolving.
Excels in their line of work.
Exercises self-control.
Focused.
Forgiving.
Generous.
Gets along with people.
Gets the job done.
Gives credit where credit is due (including copyright material).
Go-getter.
Goal-setter.
Good at working in a team.
Good interpersonal skills.
Hard worker.
Has a personal mission statement.
Has an elevator speech (if needed).
Has conviction.
Hears all sides.
Helps others with their problems.
Helps others to succeed.
Highly committed.
Humble.
Innovative.
Interested in others.
Is a person of their word.
Kind.
Knows that family is important.
Knows that health is important.
Knows that time to relax is important.
Knows that time to think is important.
Learns from mistakes.
Listens well.
Looks at obstacles as challenges to overcome.
Loyal.
Maintains gains while being proactive.
Makes the best of situations.
Manages stress.
Methodical.
Motivated.
Networks well.
Nonjudgmental.
Not afraid to fail.
Not manipulative.
Not satisfied with mediocrity. Has a commitment to excellence.
Objective.
Open to new ideas and learning new ways of doing things.
Organized.
Passionate.
Patient.
Persevering.
Planner.
Positive attitude.
Precise.
Proactive.
Realistic.
Relates well to others.
Respectful.
Saving.
Scheduled.
Scrupulous.
Seeks improvement.
Selfless.
Sharp spiritually.
Shows appreciation and expresses thanks.
Sincere.
Stays abreast of new developments.
Studious.
Takes responsibility.
Teachable.
Thinker.
Time management skills.
Transparent.
Tries to do more with less.
Trustworthy.
Truthful.
Upright.
Values others.
Vision that expands.
Willing to change.
Willing to take necessary risks.
Willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done.

Hope you like it.

Somesh.


Great list... I would like to add one: authentic
thanks

Re: A List of Professional Attributes - A-Z of Work ethics

SweetLissa wrote:

Great list... I would like to add one: authentic
thanks

Hi SweetLissa,

I have incorporated your suggestion into the list. Thanks so much.

Somesh.