Administrative Professional Today

Your co-worker, Marie, sends you a venomous e-mail, detailing how she feels you mishandled something … and she copies your boss. Now what should you do?

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Make it easier for people to visit your company’s Web site in a single click.

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The keynote speaker just wrapped up his presentation. “Any questions?” he asks. Silence. Most people are hesitant to break the ice and ask a good question, but you should.

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Tally up the miles you cover during a lunchtime walk without toting your pedometer.

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Networking with people in other departments can strengthen workplace relationships.

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Set up a new admin for success by including some personal information about him or her when making introductions.

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Organize e-mail folders with this strategy.

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Admins hold one of the top five positions for 2007 in terms of demand and salary, says Robert Half International.

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Power up your correspondence by reading it aloud before sending it.

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You’re the only one who really knows what you want. So ask for it. That’s the lesson Mackenzie Dawson learned at her first job as an entry-level newspaper writer. She longed to write feature-length stories.

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