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Leadership

I was chatting with a company director recently, he pointed out that many of his colleagues have no idea how to delegate to their assistants or other

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The idea of delegating can feel like one enormous headache. Many of us either don’t know how to delegate, or fear delegation may take too much

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It’s true: Successful teams outperform individuals—that is to say, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Team collaboration

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A common myth about leadership in organizations is that it is based on positional power and the ability to compel others to act. While positional

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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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