Have an account?
The process, plans, and achieved credentials that help you grow in your career are called __________.
Reaching an accomplishment or goal is seeing it to __________.
When a company not only states, but shows evidence of these values, they are called __________.
You stick to something until you achieve it. This is also called __________.
You are demonstrating __________ when you take into consideration the effects of your decisions and actions on all people connected with your organization.
A value you have that shows you are being fair and impartial is __________.
__________ develops when people and organizations know that they can rely on one another to do the right thing.
Being faithful to a co-worker, a friend, or a company is demonstrating __________.
When you are considerate and cooperate with others in the work place, you are demonstrating __________.
A __________ is a series of jobs that you may progress through as you build toward your career goals.
If a colleague or friend is reliable, they are demonstrating __________.
When you value the feelings of another person’s situation, you are showing __________.
Estimating the value of worth, quality, or importance of something is to __________ it.
Your tendencies, manners, and disposition about a person or thing are also referred to as your __________.
__________ is taking chances.
A positive attitude, courtesy, compassion, and enthusiasm may be important in the workplace, but must start with you. What are these personal attributes referred to as?
Skills and abilities
What is a series of jobs in an organization that help you grow to higher-level positions within an organization?
What two main activities help you to plan your professional development?
A)Finishing school and creating a plan.
Meeting with both a personal and career counselor.
Identifying and developing knowledge, skills, and attitudes.
Interviewing someone and putting a resume together.
Some values like patience, mutual respect, risk-taking, and equity apply more to organizations as a whole rather than to their employees. What are these values called?
Bottom line values