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Good Practice Guide: Professionalism at Work

Author/EditorBrindley, Richard (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781859469583
Pub Date01/01/2022
BindingPaperback
Pages212
Dimensions (mm)234(h) * 156(w)
With a focus on professional judgement, this book is a personal guide on how to be a self-aware and successful practitioner, aspiring to best practice. It will give you the confidence to create meaningful industry connections and handle contractual disputes, insurance and negligence claims while maintaining a high standard of conduct.
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Professionalism is not automatic with qualification. It is decided by the manner in which you carry out your professional life - the conduct and qualities that you bring to your role. In architecture, it is
founded on the principles of honesty, integrity and competence, and a concern for the environment and others.



As a trusted expert, it is essential that you gain respect for your skills and knowledge while maintaining veracity and transparency in your relationships and dealings with clients, end users, design and construction professionals and the wider public.



With a focus on professional judgement, this book is a personal guide on how to be a self-aware and successful practitioner, aspiring to best practice.

It will give you the confidence to create
meaningful industry connections and handle contractual disputes, insurance and negligence claims while maintaining a high standard of conduct.





By paying attention to business planning, financial processes, good management and effective communication, it will help you to protect your practice's reputation and increase profitability and cashflow. Ultimately, it will enable you to not only avoid professional pitfalls but to
benefit from positive working relationships.

Professionalism is not automatic with qualification. It is decided by the manner in which you carry out your professional life - the conduct and qualities that you bring to your role. In architecture, it is
founded on the principles of honesty, integrity and competence, and a concern for the environment and others.



As a trusted expert, it is essential that you gain respect for your skills and knowledge while maintaining veracity and transparency in your relationships and dealings with clients, end users, design and construction professionals and the wider public.



With a focus on professional judgement, this book is a personal guide on how to be a self-aware and successful practitioner, aspiring to best practice.

It will give you the confidence to create
meaningful industry connections and handle contractual disputes, insurance and negligence claims while maintaining a high standard of conduct.





By paying attention to business planning, financial processes, good management and effective communication, it will help you to protect your practice's reputation and increase profitability and cashflow. Ultimately, it will enable you to not only avoid professional pitfalls but to
benefit from positive working relationships.

Richard Brindley is a chartered architect with many years experience in small and large practice and developing the profession whilst Director of Practice and then Director of Practice then Executive Director of Professional Services at the Royal Institute of British Architects from 2003 to 2015. Richard now runs an independent consultancy company providing strategic management advice and project delivery support to professional membership and construction industry bodies, as well as a university lecturer and course director for RIBA Part 3 courses.

Chapter 1: An overview of professionalism Chapter 2: Professionalism at work with clients Chapter 3: Professionalism at work with money Chapter 4: Professionalism at work with the law Chapter 5: Professionalism at work with projects Chapter 6: Professionalism at work with people Chapter 7: Professionalism at work with insurance Chapter 8: Professionalism at work with professional conduct Chapter 9 Conclusion

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