The term professionalism in tagalog is propesyonalismo.
Explanation: It deals or has something to do with the skill and competence expected of a professional.
1. Use longer, more sophisticated words; however, make sure that these words you use are still word they can understand, but don't exactly use. An example of where to find words like these are by reading literature (Almost any kind! Whether it be modern or a classic piece!)
2. Posture, keep you back straight (But not too much, you'll look like a tryhard) and keep your chin up, this will also allow your pronunciation to be more bold.
3. Avoid using words such as: like, kinda, well; these words in sentences (It was kinda boring. It like, made me angry. Well, i didn't really like it) make you seem nervous. This especially goes for women as we use these more than we think.
1: Patients come first
2: Observe patient privacy rules at all times
3: Be courteous and polite to everyone
4: Accept your assignments without complaining
5: Offer to go above and beyond
6: Try to learn something new at least once a week
7: Dress professionally
8: Don’t gossip
9: Don’t text or take personal calls
Professionalization is an ongoing process by which professionalism is attained through devotion to the profession and “acquiring a certain detachment and routinization towards one’s work; gaining formal knowledge and skills in order to make competent judgments; and developing a pretense of competence even though one may be privately uncertain
You can show professionalism by exhibiting a good sense of etiquette and manners necessary on your profession and by not going back on your values and principles that makes you a professional. It is by having character and good personality that handles the job efficiently.
Depends on how restrictive your use of the term is, but in general yes.
Professionalization is an ongoing process by which professionalism is attained through devotion to the profession
kng matapos kana ng skwela or kng you finish your studies