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5 Tips on Professional Communication in the Text-Chat Age

This article was updated on October 7, 2015. Do you know what LOL, BTW, and TTYL stand for? If you’re younger than 30 or you have a kid who is, you may have some insights into the acronymic language that is chat and text message shorthand. According to a Pew Research Internet Project report, 90% of American adults own a…

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Personal Note from Julie: Communication Skills Are Foundational for a Successful Partnership

Effective communication is important in any relationship, but it’s a requirement for admins and their executives. With so many mediums for communicating today, it’s more critical than ever before that you not only choose the right medium to deliver your message but that you pay attention to your tone and the communication styles of those you are communicating with. And…

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Webinar: Mastering Excel Lists and Database

When you think “database,” you don’t usually think Microsoft® Excel®. But you should. You probably use Excel to manage lists of data from a few dozen to thousands of records, from prices to production data, and transactions to test results. If you spend hours every day tracking, analyzing, and maintaining databases, this webinar is for you. You’ll learn a few secrets…

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Webinar: Regulating Individual Expression On & Off the Job

From tattoos to Twitter, from smartphones to at-home marijuana use, your organization is being forced these days to balance employees’ individual expression against your organization’s business interests. Individuality can lead to a unique workplace, but restrictions on an employee’s expression can lead to discrimination and retaliation lawsuits… lower morale… and unwanted government attention. As a result, employers are confused about…

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Webinar: Managing Projects with Outlook

Managing your projects just got easier. Whether you’re managing events or running your department, your tasks have a definite goal with a beginning and end date. It doesn’t matter if you’re flying solo or working with others, you need a good project management tool to stay on track. And you might already have one! Microsoft® Outlook® tasks have many features…

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Webinar: Excel: Focus on Formulas

You know that Microsoft® Excel® crunches numbers extremely well. But did you know that more than half of Excel users never learn how to use 9 out of 10 of its most powerful features? Don’t be one of those people! If you don’t have a good foundation for the way Excel formulas work, then you can use only a small…

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Personal Note from Julie: Develop an Executive Partnership Built on Trust and Respect

When I started my virtual assistant business 10+ years ago, I knew that I wanted to differentiate myself by emphasizing my ability to partner with the people I supported. The tagline for my company was “Your Professional Administrative Partner,” and I was clear with all my clients that I was partnering with them, not just doing admin tasks for them….

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