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Employability Skills

&

professionalism

By: Cindy Quisenberry

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Be knowledgeable

Every employee has a professional responsibility to be knowledgeable of healthcare law (national, state, etc.0 and their employers policies

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Be knowledgeable

  • Know:
    • Your job description
    • Your work hours
    • Your Sick Leave Policy
    • Your Internet Policy
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Professional

appearance

Uniform

Clothing

Name Badge

Shoes

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Professional

appearance

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Uniform & Clothing

Neat

Well Fitted

Clean

Wrinkle-free

Good Repair

? Underwear

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Shoes

Good Support

Low Heels

No Open Toes

Cleaned Daily

Clean Shoelaces

Clean, Matching Socks

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Professional

appearance

Personal Hygiene

Nails

Hair

Jewelry

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nails

Short

Clean

Natural

No Artificial Nails

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jewelry

None - Can Transmit Germs

No Body Piercings

CAN WEAR:

Watch

Wedding ring

Small pierced earrings (studs)

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Professional

appearance

Makeup

and Tattoos

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Good health

Healthcare workers serve as role models

Diet

Rest

Exercise

Good Posture

Avoid use of Tobacco and Drugs

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empathetic

Identify with and understand

another person’s feelings,

situation, and motives.

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dependability

Being Timely

Accurate

Conscientious

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integrity

Honest

Truthful

Reliable

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Willingness to learn

Willing to Learn

Adapt to Changes

Attend Additional Education

Maintain Skills

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Self-motivation

Performing Work Without Constant

Supervision – Follow Through

Willingness to Learn

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Self-motivation

FACING The GIANTS

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patience

Being Tolerant Of Challenging

People & Situations

Learn to Control Your Temper

Overcome Obstacles

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Acceptance of

criticism

Be Willing to Listen and Learn

Improve Your Work

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responsibility

Being Accountable

For Your Actions

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Enthusiasm

Enjoy Your Work

Display a Positive Attitude

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tact

Ability to say or do the

kindest or most fitting thing

in a difficult situation.

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discretion

Using Good Judgment

In What You Say And Do

(Especially With Confidentiality)

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competence

Being Able To Perform The

Job Effectively

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Team player

Work Well with Others

Do Your Part on the Team

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contributions

Maintaining Membership

& Active Participation In

Professional Organizations

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Demonstrates reliability,

responsibility, and respect

for patients and families,

Including appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication.

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Optimizes comfort and privacy of patients when performing a history, physical exam, and procedures.

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Remember your college

environment is actually

a professional

environment

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Grooming &

Dressing for an

Interview

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What your interviewer

My ask you

  • Tell me about yourself.
  • Tell me about your short-term/long-term goals.
  • What are you doing to reach these goals?
  • Describe some of your most important career
  • accomplishments.
  • Describe your ideal job and/or boss.
  • What unique experience or qualifications
  • separates you from other candidates?
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What your interviewer

My ask you

  • Why are you looking for a job? Why are you
  • leaving your current position?
  • Tell me about your last job. Why did you leave?
  • What are the best and worst aspects of your
  • previous job?
  • What are your strengths?
  • What are your weaknesses?
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What your interviewer

My ask you

  • What would your supervisor and co-workers
  • tell me about you? Your skills? Your flexibility?
  • How do you handle difficult co-workers or a
  • challenging situation?
  • How do you set your priorities?
  • How have your experiences prepared you for
  • this job?
  • Why are you interested in this position?
  • Our company?
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What your interviewer

My ask you

  • What do you know about our company?
  • What motivates you? How do you motivate
  • others?
  • What are your salary requirements?
  • How do you handle problems with patients?
  • Why should this agency hire you?
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Common reasons

For losing a job

  • Poor Attendance
  • Abandonment
  • Falsifying Records
  • Violent Behavior
  • Weapons in the work setting
  • Having, using, or distributing ETOH or drugs
  • Taking a person’s drugs for your own use
  • Harassment
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Common reasons

For losing a job

  • Using offensive speech or language
  • Stealing or destroying property
  • Showing disrespect to patients, families,
  • co-workers, etc.
  • Abusing or neglecting a person
  • Invading a person’s privacy
  • Failing to maintain confidentiality
  • Defamation
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Common reasons

For losing a job

  • Sleeping on the job
  • Abusing meal breaks, etc.
  • Violating any agency policy
  • Failing to follow agency care procedures
  • Tending to personal matters while on duty
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Professional Dress

  • Never
    • Wear flashy clothes
    • Wear baggy clothes
    • Let fashion dictate your skirt length
    • Wear low cut blouses
    • Wear tight fitting clothes
    • Wear flip flops
    • Wear sneakers . . . Unless job duties require
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Professional Dress

  • Always
    • Tailor your clothing to the job demands
    • Wear simple (somewhat conservative) tailored clothing
    • Wear conservative colors
    • Keep accessories simple
    • Make sure hands are attractive
    • Keep hairstyles neat and conservative
    • Pay attention to body odor
    • Maintain proper posture
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Be careful what

You place/put on

Social media

  • Facebook
  • InstaGram
  • Images/Photos
  • Texting
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • Blogging
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THINK BIG

By: Dr. ben Carson

  • T = Talents
  • H = Honesty
  • I = Insight
  • N = Nice
  • K = Knowledge
  • B = Books
  • I = In-depth Learning
  • G = God