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Profile: Julie Perrine, Founder and CEO, All Things Admin

Can we start with a little background information? Where are you from and what is your current role? I was born and raised in the Midwest on a farm in Iowa. I am the oldest of four girls in my family. I attended college in Texas and lived in Pasadena, California for about three years after my husband, Todd, and…

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Webinar: Data Analysis Made Easy — PivotTables

When you analyze data in large Excel worksheets, does it feel like you are looking for a needle in a haystack? If you answered yes, you’ll probably benefit from PivotTables. PivotTables make data analysis easier by providing a simple way to run reports on specific information. They also reduce the amount of time it takes to create a report from…

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Webinar: Widen Your Wingspan — Your Potential for Influence and Leadership

We all want to have a positive influence on people in our professional and personal lives. Our motive may be to win new business, keep customers, change behaviors or improve the relationship with our manager or executive. How do we powerfully and ethically influence the lives of other people? We must face our fears and be willing to take some…

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Personal Note From Julie: Every Admin Needs a Mentor

Every admin needs a mentor — regardless of where you are in your career. You’re never too experienced, too old, or too knowledgeable. There’s always more to learn. Finding a mentor is essential to your administrative success. But when it comes to finding a mentor, it’s important not to think too narrowly. Mentoring takes many different forms. It can be…

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All Things Admin: The Many Faces of Mentorship

Throughout my career, I’ve worked for companies that supported and encouraged my individual professional development. And I’ve worked for companies that did not. I was always grateful to the executives who provided financial support for my training and encouraged me to pursue various opportunities, but I never expected it. I viewed my career and my development as my responsibility alone….

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