Administrative Professional Today

Feel like you don’t receive enough direction on the front end of
projects? Take charge and come armed with the following list of
questions.

{ 0 comments }

Sure, electronic greeting cards can be clever, cool and funny. But they
don’t seem as personal or as meaningful as a card sent by snail mail.

{ 0 comments }

Nearly two-thirds (65%) of executives prefer e-mail over other forms of communication.

{ 0 comments }

Aphorisms are generally accepted pieces of wisdom, packed into little sayings.

{ 0 comments }

What is the most important characteristic of a good team player?

{ 0 comments }

Achieve greatness by focusing on the quality of your work.

{ 0 comments }

At some point in their careers, most people say to themselves, “I don’t know what’s wrong … I just don’t feel engaged.”

{ 0 comments }

You began the day with such good intentions: start on a desk manual,
tame a bulging file cabinet, create a FAQ document. But now, at the end
of a busy day, you don’t feel as if you accomplished much.

{ 0 comments }

Keeping morale high is easier when you have a couple of extraordinary perks.

{ 0 comments }

The problem with perfectionists: They may not realize that they have a problem.

{ 0 comments }