Appearance, Grooming & HygieneMaintaining a reasonable professional appearance and level of personal hygiene. talent and fundamental knowledge required of a role. For example, a software developer with a solid grasp of the first principles of computing.
EngagementActively contributing to conversations, decision making, strategy and work in line with the expectations of your role. social norms of a culture, society and organization. For example, shaking hands with a customer and maintaining an appropriate level of eye contact.
DiligenceTaking an appropriate level of care in executing your duties. For example, an accountant who double checks all work such that they rarely make big mistakes.
Resource ManagementReasonable use of resources. For example, a manager who always gives their direct reports enough work to do.productive without direction. For example, a designer who doesn't wait around for work but pushes into projects and initiatives such that they are always busy.
ConformanceFollowing direction, instructions and rules.office politics without loss of motivation, engagement or productivity. For example, an employee who can cope with the minor injustices that are common in the real world without becoming overly dramatic or emotional.
Respect for the CustomerEngaging customers in a friendly and flexible way such that they are unlikely to become difficult. When they do become difficult, professionalism calls for an employee to remain calm, cool and courteous.
TeamworkCooperating and building up others.
LoyaltyAn earnest desire for your organization to succeed. This doesn't mean you need to agree with strategy or defend everything your organization does.
HonestyTelling the truth even if it is inconvenient.manage risk.
Accountability & ResponsibilityTaking the blame for a failure when you are accountable or responsible.
Conformance to the norms and expectations of a profession, organization and role.