We Know What You Did Last Month

You put your best foot forward with a new headshot photo and more polished LinkedIn profile. / You listened to a speaker who made you laugh, catch your breath and even shed a few tears. Someone who inspired you to make a change in your life. / You met with 40 of your peers in best practice discussion groups. who understood your challenges and professional dilemmas – and who had ideas about how to resolve them.

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Finding the Right Technology for Supporting Your Virtual Team

Software, conference calls, and video chats can connect you with colleagues, clients, and customers from around the globe at the touch of a button, but with all the options out there, how do you choose what is right for you? Determine your needs and do your research, explains All Things Admin’s Julie Perrine.

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Transitioning to a New Executive

As Executive Administrative Professionals we focus on building a strong partnership with our Executives. But many C-Level Executives, stay in their positions for fewer than five years. So how do you handle a new boss, and a new leader? Senior Executive Assistant (Lisa Assetta) shares her approach.

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Understanding Leadership Styles for Stronger Performance

Working effectively with your boss requires a clear understanding of his/her leadership style. Their way of leading reflect his/her personality, values and experiences. Whatever the leadership style, recognizing their approach will allow you to work in harmony together and offer you opportunities to take initiative and strengthen your skills.

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Nine Tactics to Help Your Career Fall into Place

You put in long hours and produce exceptional work. But those traits, while admirable, will rarely move you to the next level in your career—at least, not without an active career management strategy. Here are nine career development tips to help you boost your career prospects.

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Filters Make Excel Good To The Last Drop

Filters are a powerful tool in Excel that allow you to eliminate extraneous information from your view. Recent APC trainer Marie Herman shares tips to help you prep your file to reap the benefits of good data - so you can focus on the data you only need at any given time.

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Master Gardeners’ Secrets for Workplace Growth and Success

It’s a fact: People who cultivate their personal development stay motivated, engaged and happy at work. Here are a just a few ways you can tend to your own personal growth “garden” so that you enhance both your personal and professional life. 

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The Future of Work: Skills for 2020

Five years from now, 35% of skills that are considered important in today’s workforce will have changed. But are our personal development efforts taking this into account? Or are we preparing for an economy and a world of work which will no longer exist? Explore the top ten skills you need to future proof your career.

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The Art of Delegating for First-Time Supervisors

With corporate shifts in staffing, many administrative assistants have also morphed into a supervisor. Being a supervisor can be rewarding and fulfilling, but it also comes with new responsibilities and challenges. Mastering delegation is key.

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10 Tried-and-True Confidence Builders

We all experience a lack of confidence at some point our lives or careers. The good news is, there are time-tested ways to boost your knowledge and abilities, which, in turn, will help your confidence soar

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