The True Professional
First and Second Steps in the Workplace
by David Cerdá
The True Professional. First and Second Stpes lin the Workplace
How to manage a new job, and how to leave it with elegance. How to be competent and competitive. How to trust others, and that they trust you. How to let yourself be taught, and be willing to teach. How important is reputation. How to approach your professional vocation as a service to others. Aimed at people who lead business management, organizational management, innovation and personal growth.
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Professionalism is "the conduct, aims, or qualities that characterize or mark a profession or a professional person"; and it defines a profession as "a calling requiring specialized knowledge and often long and intensive academic preparation." These definitions imply that professionalism encompasses a number of different attributes, and, together, these attributes identify and define a professional.
David Cerdá is a Philosopher and Economist. He has taught Conferences and Courses in half a dozen countries. In the last five years he has been involved in Outreach Projects in Educational Centers and Civic Associations in order to explaining what Professionalism is.
EDICIONES RIALP, S.A.
Ediciones Rialp was created in 1948, started with a small group of intellectuals interested in promoting culture and continues to be a leader in issues of the Humanities in general.View all titles
- Publisher Ediciones Rialp
- Orginal LanguageSpanish
- ISBN/Identifier 9788432151118
- Publication Country or regionSpain
- Primary Price 13 EUR
- Publish StatusPublished
- Original Language TitleEl buen profesional. Primeros y segundos pasos en el ámbito laboral
- Original Language AuthorsSpanish
- Copyright Year2019
- Dimensions21.5x13 cm
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