We joined up with Donna Gilliland, Lucy Brazier, Julie Perrine to share with you the value of using digital media as a companion to your conference experience. In this video, we teach you ways to use Twitter, Facebook, Periscope and more before, during and after the conference.
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 … not what’s going on back at work. However, to successfully disconnect and bounce back, there are some plans, systems, and procedures you need to put in place to be prepared. [Read more…]
We have a treat for you, a sneak peek at one of our upcoming 2015 conference sessions with Adam Timm.
After reading and watching this post, you’ll be set to have your best week ever.
Because we had a sensational webinar event with Adam Timm and he shared with us three keys to making your best week ever. Now we’re equipped and there is nothing stopping us from having a great week. Every week.
Take a moment and catch the replay right here, right now. [Read more…]
<Guest Post by All Things Admin, Julie Perrine>
Part of an admin’s job is knowing how to handle unexpected, uncomfortable and sometimes downright awful situations. This means being flexible, patient, and expert trouble-shooters. Yet even the best, most experienced, and innovative admins can get flustered or lose their concentration in times of extreme chaos.
We are admins. But we’re human, too. It’s natural to feel overwhelmed when an unforeseen situation comes up. However, there are some best practices that can improve your resilience and help you weather difficulties in a proactive and productive way. [Read more…]
<Guest Post by Courtney Clark>
Don’t you hate that feeling when stress starts to build up, until you reach your boiling point and you feel like you just can’t take it any more? When most of us get to that point, there’s a solution: venting. You vent to your friends, your family, or other administrative professional colleagues, who understand the pressure of your job.
Venting makes us feel like we can take action, in a situation where we really don’t have any power. Since we don’t have enough control to change the situation, the only thing we can do is vent. Besides, venting makes us feel better. Or, at least, we think it does… [Read more…]