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Danny Yu - Being Accountable To Others - Unit 1 Reliability
Updated: 9/13/2020
Danny Yu - Being Accountable To Others - Unit 1 Reliability
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Storyboard Description

Created by Danny Yu. This is for Mr. Bayne's Maker Class - Period 2

Storyboard Text

  • What does it take to be reliable?
  • First of all, having reliability means you are trustworthy and performing well consistently.
  • There are 3 essential elements that support and form reliability.
  • They are: Integrity, Professionalism, and Responsibility!
  • An example of integrity is picking up garbage when no one told you to do it.
  • First, you need to have integrity!
  • You demonstrate honesty; exhibit ethical, authentic behavior; and accept responsibility for your actions.
  • Having integrity means you do what you say you are going to do, even when no one is watching.
  • An example of professionalism is not saying any inappropriate language or slang.
  • Next, you need to have professionalism!
  • Having professionalism means showing loyalty, self-confidence, maturity and a positive image
  • You also have to behave in line with the standards of your workplace.
  • Last, you need to have responsibility!
  • An example of responsibility is completing your daily tasks efficiently
  • Now you know what it takes to be reliable!
  • You are reliable and consistent, and you show personal and financial well-being.
  • Being responsible means you are dependable; you follow through on your commitments.
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