Administrative Professional Today

The boss commends a co-worker for coming up with a brilliant way to do something. Trouble is, it’s your idea, the one you told your co-worker weeks ago.

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How about a book she can listen to on the go?

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If you’ll be out job-hunting soon, video résumés may be one way to stand out from the pack, if you do it right.

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Make holiday party cleanup easier by using slim pretzel sticks instead of toothpicks.

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You may have heard the phrase “Web 2.0.” The lingo refers to the collaborative way that many web sites are put together.

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Passion is what draws other people to you, keeps them engaged and makes them eager to be added to your network.

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Workplace ‘pyro': Someone who turns every deadline or work issue into a three-alarm fire.

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Put a new communication style into practice by using the “Three Times Rule.”

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Restore balance to your life in 2008 with the help of A Life in Balance by Kathleen Hall.

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Steering clear of business gibberish isn’t easy, since everybody in corporate America uses it. By “gibberish,” we mean the vague language that takes up space but doesn’t say much.

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