How to achieve Professional Excellence?

How to achieve Professional Excellence?

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Feb 07

2019

Posted by: CS Shilpi Thapar

 Globalization has increased the pressure on organizations with an increasing need felt to effectively manage oneself properly and also manage clients. Today’s organizations place great emphasis on personal responsibility and initiative. Managing yourself effectively and working productively with others is critical to both your professional success and the success of your organization. One should possess a proven set of professional skills that helps to stay focused, work effectively with colleagues, develop your networks and expertise, and build your reputation for delivering results.

 Generally, every professional faces following problems in his professional life:

• How to achieve maximum productivity and effectiveness in an organization?

• How to build and leverage professional reputation?

• How to get results working with different and difficult personality types?

• How to maintain focus in pressure situations?

• How to work productively within the political environment of any organization?

• How to make a balanced choice between professional and personal commitments?

 Here are the answers to all above questions. Professionals should be able to :

• Evaluate own strengths and style, aptitudes, potential growth areas

• Develop teamwork skills

• Build productive work relationships

• Present winning proposal i.e identifying what client needs, structuring your points in a logical and compelling order, selecting proper medium of message, using soft skills along with hard skills

•   Identify the key players in his work environment

•   Build his development plan

•   Set goals to maintain focus

• Schedule time effectively i.e by proper planning, preparing to-do list, understanding why desks get cluttered—and how to solve this, handling interruptions and time wasters, analyzing the choke points in your personal  Processes, reducing e-mail domination

• Maintain a healthy balance of work and play

• Maximize attention to tasks

• Develop Communications Skills

• Develop Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Techniques

• Develop art of handling people i.e working with difficult co-workers, handling corporate game playing, being assertive without aggression and building productive relationships with upper management.

• Make meetings work for you i.e determining when a meeting is needed and keeping meetings productive and professional

• Manage Stress productively i.e by adopting effective stress management techniques to handle positive vs. negative stress

• Develop networking by contributing to physical and virtual networks

• Constructing an effective political approach i.e by either countering political manipulation or being political with integrity

 And these abilities are termed as Professional Soft Skills. Hence, to be a long term successful professional in today’s competitive business environment, one has to develop these skills. It can develop either by bad experiences which takes probably whole life or by proper training in area of soft skills by attending professional soft skills developing courses, conferences, lectures, etc.

 “As it is rightly said that All Business Problems are People Problems. If they are trained effectively, business problems will solve automatically.”

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  • ajay jaisingh

    February 7, 2011 at 3:03 pm | Reply |

    Excellent Article. Keep quality writing!!!

  • Ajay Jaisingh

    February 7, 2011 at 3:57 pm | Reply |

    Excellent!

  • Pushkar Raj Chandna

    February 10, 2011 at 4:24 pm | Reply |

    One should have passion, compassion beside the following:
    i. Interpersonal skills
    ii. Team spirit
    iii. Social grace
    iv. Business etiquette
    v. Negotiation skills
    vi. Behavioral traits such as attitude, motivation and time management

    • csshilpithapar

      February 10, 2011 at 5:07 pm | Reply |

      Very true Sir, it is the main ingredient.

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