The hottest Professionalism Substack posts right now

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A Lawyer Writes 687 implied HN points 24 Jul 23
  1. The author received a notice about being removed from a database, not being struck off as a solicitor.
  2. The message contained unusual demands, like a fee and restrictions on future restoration.
  3. The situation highlights issues faced by retired professionals in the legal field.
Beck of the Pack 137 implied HN points 22 Mar 23
  1. Zane Robertson, a New Zealand athlete, got suspended for eight years for doping and lying
  2. Robertson's twin brother and training partner might face consequences too
  3. The suspension reveals a complex web of doping, moral issues, and support systems in athletics
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The Leftovers 139 implied HN points 05 May 22
  1. The Author Online often struggles with balancing professionalism and personal reification in the digital space, leading to incoherences in their demands for recognition and payment.
  2. Social media can intensify the need for constant self-promotion and oversharing among Authors Online, blurring the line between personal authenticity and commodification.
  3. Some Authors Online are more focused on protecting their income and copyright rather than advocating for broader benefits like Universal Basic Income, which could support a wider range of writers.
The Daily Developer 19 implied HN points 04 Aug 23
  1. Describing someone as your favorite colleague is a significant compliment as it reflects trustworthiness, professionalism, and skill.
  2. Proactively updating colleagues on your progress can elevate how they perceive you, improve your preparedness, and set a good example for the team.
  3. Taking the initiative to communicate with your team members will not only earn you more respect but also enhance collaboration and productivity.
Waiting Room 0 implied HN points 06 Apr 23
  1. Debt in medical education can lead to modern forms of coercion and impact physicians' well-being.
  2. Physicians face challenges in navigating complex employment contracts and should review them holistically.
  3. Unionization, financial empowerment, and tuition-free models are potential solutions to address physician debt and empower medical professionals.
Job Interview Society 0 implied HN points 06 Mar 23
  1. Sending a follow-up email or letter after an interview demonstrates professionalism and interest in the role.
  2. There are different types of follow-up emails you can send after an interview, including thank you notes and expressions of enthusiasm for the job.
  3. Following up with a thoughtful email can make a difference in staying at the forefront of the hiring manager's mind and potentially improving your chances of getting hired.
The Daily Developer 0 implied HN points 01 Aug 23
  1. Be cheerful and patient when someone interrupts you with an issue; it's an opportunity to improve your work.
  2. Listen actively to others' problems and show empathy by smiling and taking notes.
  3. Maintain a positive attitude and willingness to help others even when faced with interruptions.
Job Interview Society 0 implied HN points 01 Mar 23
  1. Preparation is key for job interviews, from having the right conversation with the interviewer to understanding what they're looking for.
  2. Ask questions during the interview to show your enthusiasm for the role.
  3. Present yourself as someone who is excited about the position by being prepared, asking questions, and showing enthusiasm.