Pride of the Week: TAKE PRIDE IN OUR APPEARANCE. Your personal appearance makes a robust statement about the pride you take in your performance. Dress neatly and professionally. The look of our workplace makes a similar declaration about the excellent of our work. Take direct responsbility to see that our office environment is clean, neat, and professional.
Undoubtedly, look does not suggest the individual symbolize the features of character, chemistry, caring, and competence. However, look does send a message that you pay interest to the details. And if you pay interest to your appearance, you are telling our customers that you care about the details of your work.
Most people have heard the phrase “You don’t get a 2nd time to make a first impression.” Think about the affect that is created between these two —one who wears a professional suit, pressed shirt, polished shoes, and expeoplecellent tie and the other with a wrinkled go well with and shirt, soiled shoes, and a frayed tie. Which two individual creates the better impression?
The equal principle applies to our usual workplace setting. Have you ever noticed a piece of trash, a leaf, or filth that was once tracked into the office? If you see it, take the time to pick it up. It, too, gives a patron or vacationer an affect about who we are and if we pay interest to details.
We also want to be simply as diligent about our non-public work space. Client bureaucracy have to usually be neatly filed away and/or shredded if it does no longer need to be kept. Our desks must be neat, clean, and properly organized.
Our interest to the small point of our personal appearance and office and work space will give our site visitors higher self belief in our attention to details. Let’s make certain that the first impact we create is the one that is steady with our core values.