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. In recent Office of the Future research from OfficeTeam and the International Association of Administrative Professionals, 50 percent of survey respondents feel they have skills that are not being tapped at work.

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. OfficeTeam is hosting a free webinar during Administrative Professionals Week on April 25 to delve more into why it’s so important for workers to have emotional intelligence, how to up your EQ and ways to show off your abilities in this area. Joan Burge – Founder and CEO, Office Dynamics International.

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Is Your Company Failing At Recognition Guest Post by Officeteam (4/14/2015). Who Is Office Dynamics International? Wow, what a fabulous April! Did you have the most incredible Administrative Professionals’ Week this year?

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Why This Blog-a-Thon Will Change Your Career

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At Office Dynamics International we’ve been working hard to organize a special event just for you that will not only be fun and pump-you-up with excitement for your career – this event will provide you with expert tips and trade secrets, real-world advice and solutions you can take back to your desk and implement right away. Just a few of the experts who are looking forward to joining us: Brandi Britton, OfficeTeam.

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Are You the Scapegoat at Work?

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When people make mistakes, the biggest problem is often fear that causes them to try to cover it up, says Daryl Pigat, a branch manager with Robert Half International in New York. According to a recent OfficeTeam survey , managers can get caught in this situation. Everyone makes mistakes, but it''s often difficult to own up to them at work. We may fear getting in trouble with the boss, or we may worry that confessing will hurt our reputation or career permanently.

The Skills You Need to be Great Boss

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A recent OfficeTeam survey finds that 76% of workers say they are not interested in their manager's job. You'll need to work to position yourself to be thought of a potential boss, says Daryl Pigat , branch manager for Robert Half International. Consider Toastmaster's International or some public-speaking classes to help you project your message in a confident way. Most people I know like to complain about their bosses. Sometimes the complaints are trivial, and sometimes not.

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