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Resolve conflict at work by using calm, neutral observations.
Request an informal review of your work at least every six months.
An innovative, creative mind is a must-have for the modern worker. But
for many people, it’s nearly impossible to churn out new ideas while
still keeping up with filing, e-mail and the inbox pile.
Gossipy office workers not only drag you away from work, they drag down your reputation, too.
Make better work decisions by learning how your job fits into the overall organization.
"I have learned as much from bad bosses as good ones," says Trevor Gay. Whether you manage a team of admins or occasionally supervise an intern, you probably want to be remembered as a “good boss.” Gay says, "Life is too short to work with jerks." Here's his list of what makes a good boss ...
Where Kate works as an admin, people assume that the copy machine fairy keeps it stocked with paper and running smoothly.
If you thought the days of the overlooked admin were over, think again.
Unfortunately, too often the tasks that admins do for a team project
are simply considered “part of the job.” Step up and claim the recognition you’re due with these tactics.
Recently, an admin wrote on our online forum (prapforum.typepad.com/)
that she felt swallowed whole by her job, doing work that had
originally been spread among five people.
Save time and paper by having bills e-mailed to you.