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Professional Conduct


I've said it before, and I'll say it again, adults don't exist. 👔


In the world of professional relationships and behaviour, it's crucial to recognise that being an 'adult' isn't a fixed state; it's a dynamic map of expectations that requires continuous effort and practice.


We often assume that with age comes a flawless mastery of professionalism, but in reality, we're all a work in progress.


Whether you're a fresh graduate entering the workforce or a seasoned executive, we're constantly learning and adapting in our professional lives.


Behaviors like effective communication, empathy, and conflict resolution are skills that need cultivation.


It's about evolving and adapting, not just relying on a title or years of experience. (Which honestly you literally can’t rely on!)


Let's ditch the notion that 'adults' have it all figured out and embrace the idea that we're on a continuous journey of growth and improvement.


By fostering a culture of ongoing learning and development, we can build stronger, more resilient professional relationships and organisations. 💼✨


So, here's to acknowledging that 'adulthood' is a destination we'll never truly reach, but a path worth navigating toward with purpose and humility.


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