What does it mean to design something specifically for administrative professionals? Well beyond just giving access to exclusive corporate rates that can save your company up to 30%, it means spending years talking to actual administrative professionals and developing solutions for the greatest pain points you face when booking travel for others!
7 Simple Tricks for Cutting Desktop Clutter
A messy desk can keep us from getting work done; a clean desk can skyrocket productivity and cut down on time-wasters. Plus, a tidy desk makes everyone look efficient, organized and on top of their game.
Conversational Leadership: Powering You to Success
As administrative assistants and leaders, you’re the multi-tasker extraordinaire, the time manager, the problem solver and the confidante. The need for clear, effective communication is a constant in all businesses and relationships, and conversational leadership can help you stand out from the pack.
25 Random Acts of Kindness to Inspire Colleagues
Being kind is an effortless way to brighten everyone’s day—while lowering workplace stress and improving productivity. Learn how you can help create a friendlier workplace through random acts of kindness.
Keep Burnout at Bay: Staying in Love with Your Job
Has your job has lost its luster? Are you as challenged by your job as you used to be? Maybe your co-workers aren't as great to work with as they once were, and Monday mornings are starting to become a struggle. Is that just the way things are? There's a difference between stress and burnout; learn how to tell if you are on the road to burnout, and what you can (and can't) do to turn things around!
Fresh-start Strategies for Professional Development
It’s that time of year again –time to vow to eat healthy, exercise more, get organized and stick to the budget. What are we forgetting? How about resolving to make professional growth a priority. It’s a new year; it’s time to take responsibility for our professional progress, turn the page, and make 2018 a year to remember for all the RIGHT reasons!
Travel Best Practices Part 3: Save Time, Money, and Your Sanity with TRAVO
Travel planning is the culmination of every skill an administrative professional has spent their career honing.The process, however, is time consuming and can make even the most seasoned admin feel like they're going crazy. Learn more about the five largest travel planning pain points for admins and how to solve them with the help of TRAVO.
A Guide to Executive Presence
Do you want people to listen when you talk? Do you want to command attention, gain respect and influence people? If so, you likely need to build “executive presence”—that is, projecting self-assurance and authority. You can be the one to bring a sense of calm in the middle of a storm. Read more for helpful tips to develop your own executive presence.
Coping With Change at Work: Do’s and Don’ts
Change at work is inevitable—and inevitably scary. Adjusting to a new boss, team, situation or system is always uncomfortable. Yet workplace change needn’t to be a fear-inducing nightmare. We can all take advantage of some surprisingly effective ways to manage change—and emerge stronger for it.
Why Relationship Currency Matters
2017 APC Keynote speaker, Carla Harris, is one of the most influential women on Wall Street. In her book, Strategize to Win, she discusses the equal importance of performance currency and relationship currency. Performance currency is pretty straightforward: deliver a little more than what was asked of you. But relationship currency is more sophisticated, and only comes from spending time with people in your organization. According to Harris, performance currency will get you noticed, but it is your relationships that move your career forward.