Think about it. In your line of work, most of your interactions with others call for influencing skills. Whether you are in a leadership position or not, you need to gain support, inspire others, change minds, collaborate or move others to action in order to get things done.
The key to success is knowing how to successfully organize and manage your time. This Smarter Time Management webinar is for anyone who is often overcome or overwhelmed by endless to-do lists, commitments, information
In today’s busy workplace, many Administrative Professionals feel a constant lack of control. With so much happening at any given time, they simply react to their circumstances
Administrative professionals play many different roles, most of which involve taking care of other people in one form or another. It can be draining. So who takes care of the caretaker? YOU DO!
The word ‘energize’ means “to give energy to…” The first key to reducing stress and becoming positively energized is to recognize where your energy is going now and identify where you'd rather channel your energy. What drains most of us is not so much the tasks that we are assigned but rather negative thoughts and frustration over someone else’s behavior. At the same time, we don't take the time to do those things that would nurture and motivate us.
Most administrative professionals have been asked to take meeting minutes at some time. Yet most of us never had formal training in minute-taking. The practical tips and proven tools you'll get from this minute-taking expert will boost your confidence and competence immediately!
Does the thought of taking minutes conjure up feelings of fear and dread? Do you pass on career opportunities because minute-taking is a requirement? Are you in a job where you take minutes, but it still causes you stress? The best way to get past the fear of taking minutes is to learn to do them well and when you do so, your confidence will soar.
Take a good look at the title of this Webinar. Notice that it’s Minimizing interruptions, not Eliminating them. You can prevent some interruptions, and we’ll talk about how to do that. But you can also count on the fact that others need your help or attention from time to time. Successfully dealing with inevitable routine interruptions requires assertiveness, decision-making skills, and, most of all, determination. Get the tools you need to get more control over your time instead of having it controlled by others.
Between being bombarded with information every day, increasing responsibilities, pressure on the job, and the rapid pace of change in today’s workplace, it’s no wonder we feel distracted, scatter-brained, unfocused, and forgetful at times. Here’s help!
Microsoft Office is every administrative professional's go to toolbox. Time-saving Office shortcuts can add hours to an admin's week. That's why close to 300 people attended this session at last year's Administrative Professionals Conference!