Efficiency. It’s something every admin and every office strives for, but few master completely. Although sometimes touted as nothing more than a business buzzword, there is a secret to attaining this seemingly pie-in-the-sky goal: effective systems.
Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel teaches you the three components of a PowerPoint template and how to make them.
Maintaining a good working relationship with your boss involves structure and communication. Fred Kniggendorf, president of consulting company Gravyloaf, L.L.C., provides strategies for getting on the same page as your boss.
Being able to be focused, direct and intentional when debating will earn you respect and increase meeting effectiveness. Susan Leahy, MA, CSP, teaches a simple 3-stage technique for making powerful points when debating.
Business Management Daily announces the launch of its new service Business Management Digest, a monthly PDF bulletin for decision-makers. This new publication is a monthly four-page printable and searchable training PDF. In each issue of this new publication, Business Management Daily’s editors apply a laser-like focus to their most requested topics and training, so you can quickly discover solutions to every problem that can arise in your organization—without getting bogged down by the puff pieces, click bait and ads that other publications bombard you with.
Business Management Daily announces the launch of its new newsletter, Records Management Today. This publication is a unique new service designed to help professionals achieve the goals of efficiency, security and compliance. This comprehensive service combines a concise, four-page monthly newsletter with a mid-month e-letter updating you on the latest developments in records management. Records Management Today also provides a quarterly supplement with in-depth records management advice.
Sparklines enable you to visualize your data in a way that doesn’t involve squinting at numbers until they make sense. Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel shows you how to create them.
Colette Carlson, founder of Speak Your Truth and columnist for Business Management Daily’s Administrative Professional Today newsletter, shares her four key points to being assertive, yet professional, to communicate what you want at work.
With everything that’s at stake in today’s challenging times, it’s no wonder that employers prize accurate minute-taking skills more than ever before. Minutes serve as a permanent record of what was decided, what actions must be taken, who must take them and when. Administrative expert Patricia Robb provides answers to some important minute-taking questions.
There are a lot of moving parts to a business trip: air travel, hotel reservations, location logistics, and the list goes on. It gets especially complicated when the trip involves other people. Let OneNote coordinate it all.