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Leadership

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 results in… Read More

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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Today’s administrative assistants often work for multiple people, maybe even an entire department. They’re juggling never-ending deadlines,… Read More
As a seasoned executive assistant or administrative assistant, you know what it takes to be successful. You’ve worked hard climbing that proverbial… Read More
I was recently working with an Assistant, Lynda, on her Diploma in Business Administration. During our discussions she outlined how six months into… Read More
When we think of mentoring relationships, we most often imagine older, management-level individuals mentoring younger, entry-level ones. But… Read More
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… Read More

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… Read More

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