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Professional Development

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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Administrative professionals Holli Campolongo and Chris Weldon live in different professional environments. Holli is an Administrative Assistant in

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When people feel empowered, they believe in themselves and their ability to control their personal and professional lives. Helping to empower others

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Sometimes Executive Assistants feel as if we are not being appreciated or that our contributions are not of much value. Sometimes we are seen as the

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“Rapport is the ability to enter someone else’s world to make them feel better that you understand them, and that you have a strong common

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Most of us believe we need to be a “VP,” a “Manager,” an “Assistant Manager,” etc., in order to influence others. Surprisingly, a title

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Relationships are based on a complex mix that includes the verbal and nonverbal messages we exchange and how they are interpreted. Our interactions

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