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Slide 3: Punching the soda machine when you’re stressed out and ticked off Uncontrolled emotion is seen as potential danger to coworkers and boss. See a doctor. Slide 4: Goofing off on a business trip Watch out for the moments when you might say or do something you regret later on. Slide 5: Don’t be a whiner, drama queen or general pain in the neck Take control of your life then throw it on others. Slide 6: Discussing your personal beliefs at work Be realistic, be discreet, keep it off company time (no personal business at work), and be cool when someone talks to you about it. Slide 7: Telling dirty jokes and cussing on the job Always watch what you say. Slide 8: Having questionable personal integrity Work when you’re supposed to and don’t lie about what you do while on the job. Slide 9: Blogging about your job Nothing online says hidden forever, someone someday will always finds it out. Slide 10: Having poor writing and spelling skills. Do not outsmart yourself with needlessly convoluted sentences, avoid slang, use correct names, reread your work, and be concise. Slide 11: Failing to write thank-you notes A badly written note sets your reputation back by that much. Keep it simple and sincere. Slide 12: Committing e-mail blunders Keep it strictly business. Slide 13: Failing to speak intelligently A limited vocabulary can cause you to miss information and ideas. If you don’t speak well, others will have no interest in what you say. Slide 14: Wearing the wrong thing to work. Bosses care and notice what their employees wear. Slide 15: Behaving immaturely at company parties Company parties are still company events. Do not loose yourself, embarrass and incur the boss’s anger. Slide 16: Being disorganized Messy workspaces do not say that you're working: they simple say that you're disorganized. Slide 17: Being a poor listener It’s very necessary to know what the boss is saying – if you don’t listen, you’re going to mess up. Slide 18: Losing sleep Less sleep makes you less productive. With time you become cranky, forgetful and more likely to call in sick. Slide 19: Using your personal cell phone too much Its okay to use your personal cell phone sometimes. But more than that can be hurtful. Slide 20: Acting like a boor at business meals On a business meal concentrate only on business. Slide 21: Not appreciating coworkers No one can do a job alone. It usually takes a cast of hundreds to finish one important project. Slide 22: Failing to delegate Delegation is a chance for you to do the work that best grows your skills and abilities while helping someone else do the same. Slide 23: Being intolerant Be open to criticism yourself and apologize for having been offensive, if you are at fault. Slide 24: Disrespecting a mentor Mentors should be given the utmost respect. Slide 25: Not getting to know others in the company You limit yourself and your potential to make meaningful impact. Slide 26: Giving feedback that is deliberately hurtful Be realistic and don’t offer feedback on something like appearance or limitations. Slide 27: Fostering an offensive workspace Keep it clean and neat – always and under any circumstance. Slide 28: Gossiping Live the Golden Rule – do unto others as you want others to do unto you. Slide 29: Not giving- or accepting - an apology Make a sincere apology or receive an apology with grace. Slide 30: Crying at work Crying says nothing more than “I’ve lost control.” A good cry can help sometimes, but stay away from others. Slide 31: Caving in to a bully Stay confident and alert; bullies pick on easy targets. Report him or her to those who will listen. HAPPY BOSS DAY! : HAPPY BOSS DAY! You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.