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Danny Yu - Being Accountable To Others - Unit 1 Reliability
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Created by Danny Yu. This is for Mr. Bayne's Maker Class - Period 2
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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