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Why Do Administrative Teams Have So Much Drama?

Office Dynamics

When faced with any group of people with whom you have to work collaboratively, and when placed in an environment with those people for 40 hours a week or more, it’s not surprising that drama unfolds. Gossip. I find that gossip usually focuses on other people’s intentions, motives, hidden agendas, or secret activities. Solution: Learn how to communicate your perspective in a way that is professional and respectful.

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How to Handle Work Guilt

Jen Lawrence

If your guilt is stemming from hating your job (whether your role or the environment), seek out another form of employment. It could be anything such as Donut Day, getting over the hurdle of a project, learning a new skill, or even just that you have a job. Second, create a balance in your language, such as “It’s been demanding lately but I’ve learned a lot in the past few weeks and we’re almost to the end of the project!”

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Climb the career tree, all the way to the top!

Practically Perfect PA

If you’re arranging a meeting for your Boss, pay attention to the agenda. Absorb the information on your company’s website and try and learn new skills where possible such as reading balance sheets. Sorry to say it but if you want to transform from PA to Leader, gossip is a big no. This means taking note of your environment at all times but you can do it as you are smart.

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Laughing all the Way to Work

She had an agenda and was going to let him have it. I wouldnt recommend talking about a co-worker with someone at the office or it ends up being gossip and spreads a bad feeling about that person. Join us at the luxurious Palazzo Versace on the Gold Coast for an amazing end of year get away and your chance to network, learn and advance your skills in style!

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