Live Event! 5 Pillars Huddle Activity & Celebrating You Announcement

This message was originally shared at www.officedynamics.com. Following a great networking lunch, we met again in the ballroom for the 5 Pillars Huddle activity. Attendees got the opportunity to experience doing a Pillar Huddle around their table with their table mates. The Huddles were a great activity. Each table selected a Huddle Leader. Then the … Read more

Live Event! Awesome Concurrent Sessions for Administrative Professionals

Nancy Fraze, Reporter In The Field, shares her experience from the Annual Conference for Administrative Excellence. Nancy gives you all the details, as they happened, from her objective perspective. Follow along and join the event, virtually!  On Thursday afternoon, we had 3 workshops: Get Control of E-mail with Mike Song The Art of Creating Positive … Read more

Live Event! Snapshot of the Concurrent Learning Sessions

Join our Reporter In The Field, Nancy Fraze, as she shares a snapshot of her concurrent session learning at the Annual Conference for Administrative Excellence – a premier learning (and life changing) event for administrative professionals!   Following Joan’s rousing conference kickoff and fantastic first session on the 5 Pillars, we broke for our first … Read more

Live Event! An Administrative Event of Distinction Day 1 Experience

Join our Reporter In The Field, Nancy Fraze, as she gives you the play-by-play in from her point-of-view. She will guide you through the event from start to finish, sharing poignent details and ‘AHA’ moments. This administrative event is designed for assistants by assistants – experience these moments with us allover again through Nancy’s words.  … Read more

I’m Too Busy For Training Conferences [guest blog]

Don’t think you have time for training? Guest blog submitted by Laura Suchocki, Executive Assistant, Shure I often hear administrative professionals say they don’t have time to attend training.  My response to that is you must find the time, and it’s never too late in our careers. I agree we are all busy, integrating (not … Read more