TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Looking At Professions/Vocations

Did you know that?——-

Pope Benedict XVI use to be a Professor and he was also a Dean of a College?

For a Biography of Pope Benedict XVI go to: Helium Where Knowledge Rules

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Associations

Association is a relationship with someone or organizations. It is important to remember that the individuals we associate with and the organizations we join also tell something about ourselves.

I was raised in Los Angeles, California, many people “name drop”, they say they know people they may not know and they use peoples names to get things that puts the other person in the position to find out more about them.

As Professionals, individuals have letters of reference, resumes, and vitas. These documents show professional experience, work experience, and educational classes.

Organizations and personal associations also are important in career development.

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Not Brown Nosing or Kissing Up

Work performance is a result of work production:

  1. What is your product?
  2. Are you producing your product average to above average?

An example of work products:

  • Customer Service
  • Typed Pages
  • Students Test Scores
  • Accurate Register Balances
  • Accurate Inventories
  • Following Procedures
  • Completing Other Duties As Assigned

Work Performance and Work Production are the Keys to keeping a job and moving up!

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Continuing Education

A great resume builder is to remember that each training session you attend for employment is considered “Continuing Education”.

Some professions require individuals to have at least one continuing education class each year.

Some companies have several training classes that are grouped together, for example: Orientation Training for employment. Most Company Orientation Training programs takes about six months (New Employees).

Great Management Tip: As a “Manager” offer a training for your employees that build their resumes. This allows, you as a Manager, to have a public speaking resume builder and the employees have valuable training that they can use for you, or take with them. Not all Employment is a “Career!”

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Best Ways to Reduce Stress

Stress is pressure that one has, real or perceived that causes physical symptoms, emotional symptoms, and can cause mental confusion. The best way to reduce stress is through treatment:

  1. Self Help or
  2. Trained Professional/Physician Treatment

The “7 Star” Rating System found that:

  • Exercise
  • Socializing
  • Plants
  • Music and Soft Sounding Machines
  • Prayer/Candles and
  • Forms of Message

Are “The Best Ways to Reduce Stress”

For the full article go to:   (Article: Best Ways to Reduce Stress)