Administrative Professional Today

No need to ogle BlackBerrys and other “smart phones” that let people send e-mail, navigate the roads and view documents.

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Solidify your reputation for being dependable by practicing this for one week: Be honest when you make promises.

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Bouncing your great idea off a co-worker before presenting it to the
boss or in a meeting can help you tweak the idea to perfection. But by
doing so, you run the risk of someone else “borrowing” your idea and
passing it off as his or her own.

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Spreading your work across two monitors can double your productivity. Just ask Bill Gates, who stays efficient with a triple monitor setup. To make your setup soar, invest in these two pieces of equipment …

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What’s the most fun you’ve had at work? We posed that question to our readers, and you responded. A few of your morale-boosting answers: “We had a department-wide contest to see which team could build the best race car out of office supplies in two weeks" …

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Ask yourself some of the same questions you’d ask a candidate who applied for an important position in your organization.

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With the holiday season comes an uptick in mail and catalog clutter. Here’s an admin’s suggestion for keeping your office clear of paper clutter …

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It’s not just you; we’ve all been getting more spam lately.

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You don’t need a listing on the NASDAQ to have a mission statement. A personal mission statement focuses on what you want to be and do.

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If you didn’t jump on the iPhone bandwagon, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a phone with oodles of bells and whistles. How? With widgets: small applications that appear on your phone’s menu pages.

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