How Administrative Professionals Can Prepare for the Office of the Future

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by Brandi Britton, district president, OfficeTeam. This article was originally published in Executive Secretary Magazine and shared with permission by OfficeTeam and it’s author. Today’s administrative professionals have anything but an easy and boring job. You’ll see how you can get involved and grow your administrative skills. Chances are your boss will be pleased to get the additional administrative support.

Why This Blog-a-Thon Will Change Your Career

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Welcome to April, a month that can change your career if you’re an administrative professional. We love this time of year, it’s time to shine the spotlight on our favorite office professional, you, the assistant. While we serve the administrative profession all 365 days of the year this is the month that you get a week of recognition, or at least a day. Just a few of the experts who are looking forward to joining us: Brandi Britton, OfficeTeam.

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Did you have the most incredible Administrative Professionals’ Week this year? Here’s a recap of just some of the amazing things that went on this year in celebration of you, Administrative Professionals: Executive Secretary Magazine sent out daily gifts from a variety of organizations specifically for administrative professionals learning benefit. Is Your Company Failing At Recognition Guest Post by Officeteam (4/14/2015).

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5 Reasons Why You Need Emotional Intelligence

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Nearly all HR managers (95 percent) and employees (99 percent) surveyed by OfficeTeam said it’s important for staff to have strong emotional intelligence. Having a high EQ comes in handy in today’s workplace, especially for administrative professionals. Eighty-six percent of workers said when a colleague doesn’t control his or her emotions, it affects their perception of that person’s level of professionalism.

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