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Good Language | Aspects of Personality Development for Professionals

Good Language | Third Aspect of Personality Development

In my previous articles, we discussed the “Importance of Personality Development for Professionals as well as students” and first two aspects of Personality Development. In this article, we will move on with our discussion on the third aspect of Personality Development “Good Language”.

Here are Seven Aspects of Personality Development

  1. Dress
  2. Address
  3. Good Language
  4. Punctuality
  5. Planning your work
  6. Habit to postpone the work
  7. Telephone conversation

Good Language

Whichever language you may speak, you shall cultivate good and polished language. The language that you speak, the appropriate words that you use created a good impact on the listeners.

It would be almost everyday occasion where you have to talk, discuss, understand or explain. It could be a one to one conversation or with a group of people. With impressive language you can win over and pick up the good points from them.


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Address | Seven Aspects of Personality Development for Professionals

Address | Second Aspect of Personality Development for Professionals

In my earlier article, I discussed the importance of Personality Development for Professionals and the first aspects in detail. In this article, we will move on with a discussion of the second aspect of Personality Development “Address”.

Here are the Seven aspects of Personality Development for Professionals

  1. Dress
  2. Address
  3. Good Language
  4. Punctuality
  5. Planning your work
  6. Habit to postpone the work
  7. Telephone conversation

Address | Aspect of Personality Development

When you meet a person or when you come across a person known to you, you should greet him. That is considered as good manners. Most of you have complex in mind or are not trained at all in your young age. Depending upon your relation with the person such as senior or junior, older or younger, colleague or friend, you shall say Namaskar or good morning, Hi or Hello. Bu to ignore a person, particularly your senior, is ill manners.

When you come across a person older to you in an informal or formal get together you should approach to him and greet him. “How do you do” shall be replied by saying “How do you do” or “How are you sir?” shall be replied as “fine! Thank you”.


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Dressing | Aspects of Personality Development

Dressing | Aspects of Personality Development

In my previous article, we discussed “What is Personality Development and the need for Personality Development Programme for Professionals?” Now we will start with discussing each of the seven aspects of Personality Development.

Seven Aspects of Personality Development

  1. Dress
  2. Address
  3. Good Language
  4. Punctuality
  5. Planning your work
  6. Habit to postpone the work
  7. Telephone conversation

In this article, we will discuss the first aspect of Personality Development “Dress” in detail.

Dressing | Aspect of Personality Development

We agree to the freedom of a person to wear the dress of his choice. Then at the same time, we must agree to the freedom of the onlooker to form his impression about that person. The decorum regarding the dress is changing with the generations. However, to say that the dress shall be suitable for the occasion shall be a statement acceptable to all. It would be out of place to wear beach wear in a classroom or at the marriage reception; where the formal dress would be more suitable.

So the choice of your dress for a particular occasion adds to your personality. When you go for inspection of the work on site your dress shall not be with loose cloth to get entangled with the tips of bars and nails. You shall preferably wear shoes and not chappals to protect your feet from possible injuries. You may find high heel sandals and pleat skirts are unsuitable for site inspection of the work in progress.


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