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Thank you for joining our Admin Blog-a-thon, what’s next?

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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. Office Ninjas offered daily flash give aways and they had some really incredible gifts. Business Management Daily had a daily free download or gift. Wow, what a fabulous April!

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Looking Forward With Intention [Free Webinar for Assistants]

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Plus, in honor of the holiday season, she’ll have some special gifts to share for lucky attendees! It’s hard to believe another year is nearly over. Here at Office Dynamics International, as we wrap up this 25th year of business, we’re feeling both grateful and overwhelmed with all we’ve experienced in 2015. Perhaps you can relate to those feelings? This free monthly webinar series has given us the opportunity to get to know so many more of you than ever before.

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Revolutionary Insights Into Self-Leadership for Administrative Professionals

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Self-Management vs. Stress Management and Juggling Work, Home and Your Personal Life. Joan’s necklace was a very special piece purchased as a gift from her late husband, Dave. Also a gift from Dave.). This is a replay of the free webinar offered June 2016 titled Revolutionary Insights Into Self-Leadership (for administrative professionals). Administrative professionals don’t typically think of themselves as leaders; even the most successful struggle with the idea!

On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: 6 Questions to Increase your.

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Galindo says that employees feeling more pressure these days to perform can use personal accountability to actually make their lives less stressful and gain clarity about their career. As far a those who deliberately shun accountability, I completely disagree with Robert (who asserts that 'one who commits to open honesty.will always come out ahead') and Joe (who asserts that 'behavinng badly backfires). So honesty can also be thought of as a networking tool.

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