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Professionalism is greater than ability

I have been engaged in enterprise management for so many years. I have been looking for the answer to the question z=2 (l0+b0): what is the core driving force for sustainable operation of an enterprise

after reading the book "professionalism" recently, I had a feeling of enlightenment, including the establishment of a national graphene Research Institute with a total investment of £ 61million; December, 2012

Chairman Mao, the great leader, said a famous saying: "people always need to have a little spirit". I agree with him very much

indeed, if a nation does not have a "spirit", it will never be a strong and excellent nation. If an enterprise does not have a "spirit", it will not become a powerful enterprise for no reason. In more detail, if a person does not have a "spirit", he will not become a useful person to society and enterprises

in a person's career, this "professionalism" expresses an attitude, an attitude towards work and society. This attitude actually contains core elements such as sense of mission, sense of responsibility, team cooperation attitude, professionalism and good professional ethics

in a sense, good professionalism contributes more to an enterprise than excellent ability. As the person in charge at all levels of the enterprise, you may often be troubled by some trivial things. For example, employees lack work enthusiasm, lack initiative, only consider personal interests and ignore the overall interests of the company, poor execution, shirking, private discussion without communication... The initial clamping force is small...

after investigation, you will find that the reason for these problems is not that there is no scientific and rigorous management mechanism in the enterprise. The real crux is that employees lack a kind of professionalism

therefore, what we need to do is to let the employees glow with professionalism, so as to show a good sense of mission, sense of responsibility, teamwork attitude, professionalism and good professional ethics. So that their work initiative is greatly improved, and then the work performance is greatly improved

we have all been to McDonald's. There are oneortwo staff members in every McDonald's Restaurant who constantly wipe the door glass and floor. Some people may ask: is it necessary to clean so clean? If you ask him, maybe he will tell you firmly: This is my duty, I want to make them cleaner! However, the cleaners in my office often "omit" the things required to be done every day. They asked her why she didn't complete the work according to the regulations. She replied that she didn't feel dirty and there was no need for cleaning. In sharp contrast, when I was studying abroad, the school cleaners would constantly wash, wipe dry and spray aromatics according to the procedure, even if the place did not look dirty. This is a vivid manifestation of professionalism. Maybe the cleaner's personal ability is not very strong, and his cleaning skills are not as good as others. But her professionalism will make everyone believe that she will do her duty to keep the cleanliness up to the standard no matter when and where there is no supervision

when something goes wrong, everyone shirks responsibility and is unwilling to bear it. It can be said that it is common in many enterprises. The result of this phenomenon is "go ahead with honor and give in when you see it". They either try their best to show personal heroism or muddle along. These are the evil consequences of the lack of professionalism. In the team, the greatest embodiment of professionalism is to cooperate sincerely and solve problems together. As a leader, he should be brave enough to shoulder his responsibilities and set an example for his subordinates

Patton, the famous American general in World War II, is such a model of respecting professionalism. Seeking truth from facts will inevitably produce some dust in the process of the experiment. We can't say that Patton's combat leadership is the best in the military circles of the United States, but Patton's troops have extremely strong combat capabilities and numerous achievements. In fact, this is the great effect produced by professionalism. Patton often said: "in a sense, a general on the battlefield is an actor. He must influence his subordinates with his words and deeds, and try his best to make them follow and follow." In every battle, Patton would appear in the front of the flames of war. Whenever he conquered a town, he always braved gunfire to enter the city with the first batch of troops. In every amphibious operation, he always jumped into the water and waded into the land before the ship approached the shoal. Patton was never satisfied with devising strategies and giving orders. He advocated that every commander should take the lead within his proper scope of authority. Because Patton knows that as the commander of a large team leading thousands of troops, he must have more professionalism than his subordinates, show excellent professionalism, and take up his responsibilities bravely, so that his subordinates can be influenced and inspired to fight bravely and do their work better

as the CEO of P & G, which ranks at the forefront of the world's consumer goods industry, Lei Fuli told his employees: "any employee of P & G should work hard to" win two moments "- that is," win the moment when consumers find products in shopping malls and decide to buy "; "Win the moment when consumers decide to use P & G products next time after using P & G products for the first time". Therefore, Lei Fuli has always had a habit. He often visits some families disguised as a member of a product research company to observe the evaluation and public praise of PG products and even competitors in their minds, and then makes a review with the directors of relevant product departments in the company to seek improvement. Therefore, inspired by the "professionalism" effect of the company's leaders, every P & G employee can actively work hard to "win two moments", whether it is in working hours or not. The conclusion is very

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