5 Goal-oriented Ways to Learn to Code

Dumb Little Man

So you want to learn to code ? There’s a whole host of resources and ways to learn. So, I’ll walk you through 5 ways you can learn to code, pointing out the merits of each as we go, so that you can find the way that’s best suited to you and your goals. There’s a range of both free and paid online coding classes that guide you through your first experiences with learning to code. They have a curriculum so you can learn in a structured way. Get a Mentor.

2016 155

Assistant Certifications: free webinar replay & handout

Office Dynamics

We had an incredible webinar event with over 1,300 assistants registered to learn more about why, as an administrative professional, they should consider a career certification. We have listed each speaker and what the attendees will learn. As the assistant wanting to get approval, you would fill in the Goal/Learning Objectives column and then present that to your executive and show the benefits of each. It’s a great way to mentor, as well as network.

2015 188

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Lessons in Revolutionary Thinking

Office Dynamics

Dr. Daren Martin’s presentation on showing up like an owner – and not “just an admin” – provided many great examples of how we can choose to show up, from dress and grooming to meeting etiquette to original professional contributions. Activate Creative Potential: through the power of their stories… Make Our World Better: to become heroes of their careers and mentors to others. Guest post by Tara Browne, DTM, 2016 Conference Scholarship Winner. .

2017 113

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Service Untitled

You would take lessons, learn the skill, and try your newly learned abilities while accompanied by your coach or mentor. Offer role-playing, mentoring and carefully select those employees who can resolve, address and deal with customers in a positive manner. Service Untitled The blog about customer service and the customer service experience.

10 Must Follow Admin Resources On Twitter

Office Dynamics

julieperrine Founder of Julie Perrine International & All Things Admin | Administrative & Leadership Expert, Mentor, Speaker & Trainer | Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Admin – Julie’s a great resource for assistants on tech skills, how to use today’s platforms for better connectivity and collaboration with your peers and as well as provide greater benefit to your organizations. Coursera Learning without limits. Twitter was founded March 21, 2006.

Interview with Rob Siefker of Zappos – Part 4 of 4

Service Untitled

Constantly you should be having interactions and it should just be a never–ending process of learning and growing and getting better and building relationships and having interactions, and that’s the type of environment we want to promote. They’ve learned the ones that they want and they just want to answer the phones on a day–to–day basis. They’re still mentors. You know people learn new skill sets so they change shifts.

State of the Administrative Profession

Office Dynamics

They had great expertise in protocol, etiquette, and how to dress, speak and act as executive assistants. I know she does not know but needs to learn this skill in order to succeed every day.”. Joan relayed that all the things she learned as an executive assistant then help her run her business now. If you’re a Star, you’ll never stop learning,” she stated, “encourage your peers to attend, and go yourself.”. Encourage cross-mentoring.

2010 100

Getting your foot in the door.

Laughing all the Way to Work

If a more experienced assistant comes alongside you and provides mentoring - dont refuse it. You should stay in the position for long enough to make what youve learned stick to be fair to yourself and the organization who hired you. 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!

2009 100

Feelings mixed about recent college hires

45 Things

The problem is that now employers don’t have the luxury of letting employees learn on the job.” Achille says she’s “frustrated” with some professors “who are trying to be friends and not mentors” to students, and believes that schools should offer “an MBA of life course” to help students understand that in the workplace “there are boundaries.” Perhaps the newly hired employee should be mentored a bit more by his/her boss.

2009 46