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Be More Resilient By Developing Reliable Systems

Personal emergencies – such as illness, a death in the family, or an accident – often involve taking unexpected time off work. However, these situations can be especially challenging for administrative professionals who are responsible for keeping their executives and offices running smoothly. When disaster strikes, you need to focus on your family and yourself during a personal disaster ……

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Affiliate Webinar: Transform Your Digital Image and Communicate Effectively

In the constant daily rush to reply, send, confirm, and follow up, too many of us forget that each act of impersonal electronic communication comes laced with potential misunderstandings. Emails, IMs, and texts rob you of vital voice and body signals, resulting in messages that can come off as confusing, vague, awkward, or even offensive – without you ever being…

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Join Julie Perrine at the 24th Annual Conference for Administrative Excellence

Every year, a group of top administrative professionals, along with notable experts and speakers in the administrative field, gather in Las Vegas to advance their careers and elevate our industry. The Conference for Administrative Excellence, now in its 24th year, is the premiere event for elite executive and administrative assistants! Title: The 24th Annual Conference for Administrative Excellence Date: October 17-20,…

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Affiliate Webinar: Developing an Effective Administrative Procedures Manual

If you had to miss work for a week… two weeks… or even a month, could your co-workers or manager step in and fulfill your responsibilities, without a major interruption to your office or business? Are the processes and procedures that you do each day documented for easy reference? What if a natural disaster occurs? Are you prepared? To help you…

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Note From Julie: The Importance of Taking Time Off

Whether you prefer warm weather vacations or cold weather getaways, taking real vacation time away from work is important to keep you functioning at your peak. In this age of constant connectivity, though, taking time off from you admin job can be difficult when you have so many people depending on you. I just spent two weeks traveling in Australia…

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Affilate Webinar:Bargaining with the Devil: Strategies and Techniques for Negotiating with Tough Opponents

From the presidential race and global diplomacy to the sports world, negotiation has been in the news of late. The issues are vastly different, but these negotiations have one thing in common: The parties view each other with distrust and sometimes dislike. How do you “bargain with the devil?” Robert Mnookin knows how … and this Harvard Law professor, international…

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Note From Julie: Hello from Australia and New Zealand!

When was the last time you invested time in self-care? I don’t mean a day at the spa or getting a massage, although both of those qualify as self-care. I’m talking about reading a book, running errands that you’ve neglected, getting some exercise, visiting a friend, drinking enough water, or getting the right amount of sleep. Taking care of yourself…

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