Administrative Professional Today

Josh Nicholas, writing at Lifehacker, suggests some apps to give you access to notes, emails and other forms of communication to stay on top of things back at the office.

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The five-hour rule, a strategy touted by Benjamin Franklin, calls for setting aside one hour each weekday to focus on deliberate learning. You can use this as a tool to be more successful in the long term.

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Lynn Jansheski is an executive assistant at Adaptive Biotechnologies, a biotech company fo­­cused on the adaptive immune system. Jansheski began her time with Adaptive Biotechnologies about a year and a half ago after being recruited by an HR manager she had worked with previously.

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Priscilla Claman, writing at Harvard Business Review, offers these tactics to disagree professionally and effectively.

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When the company could benefit from team-building exercises, what is the best way to approach them? Would putting employees in a difficult environment or situation strengthen the team?

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Words can make or break your career. You may accidently say the wrong thing sometimes, but the bigger concern is words you use every day that hurt your career.

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Degrees and technical experience are often vital to your career, but you also will need “soft skills.”

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Perseverance is important, but you also have to know when to step back and realize things aren’t working. James Clear writes on his blog about the three stages of failure and how to respond to it.

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Many people think the term “leader” is meant for those only in positions of power, like a boss. But anyone can be a leader, and there are multiple opportunities every day at work or in life to practice effective leadership. Robin Camarote writes at Inc.com that you should deliberately practice leadership, or else you will miss out on learning opportunities.

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Learning how to be a good leader is a process. Ginny Soskey, writing at HubSpot, cites resources you can turn to for help.

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