Administrative Professional Today

Organizing your devices is an easy way to achieve organization in your life, writes Lifehack expert Louise Williams. These sorting tactics can help you organize your apps for easy access.

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When someone from LinkedIn asks you to get coffee and talk about his new sales venture or business idea, it’s easy to write off the request because you’re too busy. But making the effort to oblige can benefit you, too, writes Wealthsimple CMO Jason Goldlist.

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Meetings, despite their bad reputation, are essential to workplace culture. Make meetings worthwhile by using emotional intelligence to gauge how people work together and affect the entire organization, writes Splash Effect co-founder Hamza Khan.

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For those of us prone to email faux pas—like accidentally sending your brutally honest thoughts about a colleague to that person instead of the friend you meant them to go to—Google is here to help.

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It’s the flaw nobody really thinks they have—an inability to delegate effectively. Here’s how to do it right.

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Writing can make people feel crushing pressure to convey ground­­break­­ing, witty ideas in a clever way, says copy editor and content creator Whit­­­ney Ryan. We tend to forget writing doesn’t always have to result in a masterpiece. Writ­­ing in a conversational, casual tone can be more effective. Ryan offers these tips to help you loosen up your writing style.

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The pressure to be liked at work can be frustrating and overwhelming, writes Katie Jansen, vice president of corporate marketing at AppLovin. But ultimately, trying to make everyone like you can make you less effective at your job. Here’s what you gain when you let go of being liked in the workplace.

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“BYOD can be great for startups or small businesses that don’t want to spend money on computers or equipment, but the risks include loss of information and privacy concerns,” says Suzanne Lemen, founder and CEO of Dynamic Corporate Solutions.

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In the workplace you’ll inevitably encounter people who don’t think you’re important enough. They may talk down to you, go over your head or disregard you entirely, but you don’t have to just sit back and take it, says career expert Sara McCord. She advises you take these steps.

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“Sweatworking” is the newest way to connect with professional contacts … You’ll soon be able to control your entire house with Siri voice com­­mands … Watch what you write in your work emails; they can be used against you.

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