At our University, we’ll invite business leaders to an advisory luncheon, and we’ll get executives’ opinions about what qualities and traits we need to be instilling in students. One of the most important pieces missing, they’ve told us time and time again, is professionalism. A person’s level of professionalism affects how they are perceived during the interview process, and how they handle themselves once they’ve got the job. Many people can ace an interview, but then you have to be a true professional for months and years to really be successful. This video explores what professionalism looks like and how students can cultivate this intangible quality.