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Leadership

Each year the American Society for Administrative Professionals (ASAP) presents its Eureka! Award to an assistant who has successfully conceived and

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Today’s administrative assistants often work for multiple people, maybe even an entire department. They’re juggling never-ending deadlines,

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As a seasoned executive assistant or administrative assistant, you know what it takes to be successful. You’ve worked hard climbing that

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I was recently working with an Assistant, Lynda, on her Diploma in Business Administration. During our discussions she outlined how six months into

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When we think of mentoring relationships, we most often imagine older, management-level individuals mentoring younger, entry-level ones. But

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Few people succeed without taking risks, no matter how scary these risks may seem. We fear we’ll sound incompetent, be shut down, or even crash and

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As administrative assistants and leaders, your daily job responsibilities go far beyond computer know-how and scheduling meetings. You’re the

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Executive presence—the ability to put people at ease, project confidence and control in a crisis, make tough calls and stand up for your

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Written by Carla Harris

When you first join a company or organization, you immediately start to build relationships and networks. However, your

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Chrissy Scivicque for Executive Secretary Magazine


As a former executive assistant, I know what it’s like to feel like a professional nag. Keeping

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American Society of Administrative Professionals

Producer of the