Administrative Professional Today

When a man gets angry at work, he’s seen as powerful, but when a woman gets angry, she’s considered “out of control.”

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If “Get in shape!” lands on your list of New Year’s resolutions, give
yourself a boost with one of these workout programs for your iPod.

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Floods, fires, hurricanes. When natural disaster strikes, it pays to be prepared.

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A.G. Lafley chairman, president and CEO of Procter & Gamble Co.,
could easily become overwhelmed, given the enormity of his job. But
instead, he’s considered one of the best leaders in business today.

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Place your hand on the person’s desk, says Dr. David Givens, the director of the Center for Nonverbal Studies in Spokane, WA.

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Want to be the sort of customer who gets priority treatment?

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With the new year comes a chance to spend a little time thinking about
you and what you want. What are your dreams and goals for this year?
How else can you grow professionally?

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What seven behaviors are the biggest office “pet peeves”?

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Don’t apologize if you must say no to a request.

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When you’re short on time, keep others from frittering it away by rehashing the same old issues or making idle chitchat.

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