"Professional" Essays and Research Papers

Page 1 of 50 - About 500 Essays
  • Professional Codes

    Professional Codes: Why‚ How‚ and with What Impact? Mark S. Frankel ABSTRACT. A tension between the professions’ pursuit of autonomy and the public’s demand for accountability has led to the development of codes of ethics as both a foundation and guide for professional conduct in the face of morally ambiguous situations. The profession as an institution serves as a normative reference group for individual practitioners and through a code of ethics clarifies‚ for both its members and outsiders

    Free EthicsSociologyProfessional 4609 Words | 19 Pages

    Open Document
  • Professional Presence

    maintaining a professional appearance at all times. People will always judge nurses by their appearance. When it comes to nursing‚ a nurse’s appearance can either instill confidence in the patient or total mistrust. Part 1: Watch and Analysis ​Was this individual professional? I think the individual in the image is a professional nurse. The nurse is dressed appropriately in a clean blue scrub. Her is hair short‚ neatly styled and out of her face. ​What made the individual professional? What makes

    Premium NursingNurseProfessional 451 Words | 2 Pages

    Open Document
  • Multi Professional

    Multi- Professional and Multi- agency working “Multi-agency working brings together practitioners from different sectors and professions to provide an integrated way of working to support children‚ young people and families.” (DfES‚ 2001) In this essay my aim is to demonstrate an understanding of the collaborative skills required for effective multi professional practice. I will include feedback following a group presentation that I took part in and give my personal reflections of the process

    Premium Special educationPsychotherapySocial work 522 Words | 3 Pages

    Open Document
  • Personal and Professional Ethic

    a healthcare professional. 5. List 3 ideas that you have for keeping your personal and professional ethics separate: 6. How does diversity (ethnic‚ social and cultural) play a role in providing patient care for your chosen profession? Unit 9 Project Questions: Part II (NOTE: you may need to refer to chapter 3 and/or Unit 2 for this section) 7. What is the name of the professional organization related to your chosen career? (NOTE: a list of professional organizations

    Premium EthicsMoralityBusiness ethics 294 Words | 2 Pages

    Open Document
  • Professional and Soldiers Creed

    and professionally. Being a professional at everything you do will help you succeed in every aspect of your life. The definition of professionalism as by Merriam-Webster is the conduct‚ aims‚ or qualities that characterize or mark a profession or professional person. Being in the army as soldiers we consider ourselves professionals. How we hold ourselves to the army values and the soldiers creed shows how professional we are. We can consider ourselves professionals because we live by the soldiers

    Premium ProfessionalUnited States ArmyProfession 422 Words | 2 Pages

    Open Document
  • Personal and Professional Goals

    It’s funny I was asked to write a paper about personal and professional goals. I often recite in my head what needs to be done. First‚ in determining my career goals I believe goals are essential to maintain professional success. I want to also give my children a healthy environment so later in life they can accomplish their goals and be successful in their goals and be successful in their careers. It takes perseverance and diligence in order to maintain a successful life. Professionally I would

    Premium LearningProfessionalProfession 280 Words | 2 Pages

    Open Document
  • Professional Conduct

    INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT Question 4 NG CHAUR YANG 111061121 Lecturer: Dr. Kenneth Question 4 Discuss the statement in detail within the context of the Malaysian environment. Professionalism cannot be taught by regurgitating the IEM Regulations on Professional Conduct nor by memorizing a set of rules. Do you agree with the statement and why? The IEM‚ which known as Institute of Engineer Malaysia‚ was established in 1959 and it had a marked influence on the engineering profession in the country. It primary

    Premium EthicsEngineeringProfession 2322 Words | 7 Pages

    Open Document
  • Developing Professional Practice

    1. Briefly explain how the CIPD HR Profession Map defines the HR profession‚ including the professional areas‚ the bands and the behaviours. The HR profession Map captures what successful and effective HR people do and deliver across every aspect and specialism of the profession‚ and sets out the required activities‚ behaviour and knowledge. It covers 10 professional areas and 8 behaviours‚ set out in 4 bands of competence. The Map covers every level of the HR profession: Band 1 being the

    Premium ManagementProfessionalHuman resource management 2539 Words | 11 Pages

    Open Document
  • Professional and Common Objectives

    1 explain own role and responsibilities in working with colleagues ⭐️supervise what everyone does within the setting ⭐️set tasks for members of staff ⭐️talk to parents ⭐️collect money ⭐️mark children in ⭐️at all times I maintain a professional approach towards my colleagues ⭐️raise concerns with colleagues to help improve our standards within our setting 2.2 develop and agree common objectives when working with colleagues When working with my colleagues the common objectives

    Premium ProfessionalHelp meNeed to know 1021 Words | 4 Pages

    Open Document
  • Army Professional Culture

    Profession of Arms is‚ discuss the importance of the Army professional culture‚ tie in the balancing roles of the profession and last but not least‚ the importance the role of the Human Resources Sergeant plays in the Profession of Arms. The Profession of Arms is different than others in the Civilian world; we in the military are unique.

    Premium MilitaryNon-commissioned officerSoldier 835 Words | 4 Pages

    Open Document
Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 50