2023

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Happiness Is All About Perspective

Success

People are usually as happy as they make their minds up to be. This maxim is often referenced by famed UCLA basketball coach John Wooden. It’s a reminder that the attitude we assume when faced with disappointment is truly up to us. That happiness is a choice.

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3 Steps To Build A Three-Dimensional Hybrid Workplace

Allwork

By creating an environment of collaboration, trust and open communication, organizations can ensure a successful transformation to a learning mindset approach in the hybrid work environment.

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Overcoming a Slow Start in the Home Business World

Tips From T. Marie

We’ve all been there. You have a great idea for a new home business, but making it a reality can seem like an overwhelming and intimidating task.

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The Business of Travel: Planning Tips for Administrative Assistants

Office Dynamics

Many administrative assistants understand the layered and nuanced complexities of successfully planning a business trip for their executives. While travel planning may seem like an easy task in the modern world of online booking, it is actually a deceptively difficult one.

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Elevating the Virtual Interviewing Experience

How do you break through the digital barrier when conducting a virtual interview and share your exceptional self? Think in unconventional ways to elevate the virtual interviewing experience.

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Digital Declutter: How to Organize Your Virtual World

Eat Your Career

As modern-day professionals, we are all overloaded with electronic stuff! Files, photos, passwords, apps, emails, and more fill our virtual space. Everything (the useful and the useless) gets mixed together, and it’s nearly impossible to find anything.

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The Benefits of Journaling for Time Management and Productivity

Productivityist

Journaling has been a popular practice for centuries and for good reason. Not only does it offer a way to reflect and better understand your thoughts and feelings, but it can also improve your relationship with time and increase your overall productivity.

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New study will explore the impact of economic turmoil on workplace experience

Workplace Insight

People’s workplace experience in the wake of recent economic upheavals is to be investigated as part of a major new survey led by Cardiff University and funded mainly by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

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How to Create a Strategic Social Media Monthly Content Plan

Jennie Lyon

Creating a strategic social media monthly content plan is essential to achieving your business objectives and engaging your target audience. With the ever-changing landscape of social media, it can be difficult to know where to start. We get that.

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Ep 204: Whitney Kelso on Networking, Boundaries, and Taking Risks

Go Burrows

Whitney Kelso is an Administrative Assistant II at one of the largest healthcare providers in the United States. She supports two Staff Vice Presidents and their leadership teams in the Global Chief Information Office.

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Mandatory COVID Vaccination Policy Template

The federal government is developing a rule requiring employers with more than 100 employees ensure their workers are vaccinated or produce a negative COVID test weekly before entering the workplace. So, what can your organization do to prepare? Get Paycor’s COVID Vaccination Policy Template to help communicate important details to your employees.

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The Secret Formula To Determine How (And How Often) Your Employees Should Work In The Office

All Work

Organizations tend to take a virtual-first, function-first or culture-first approach to hybrid working. Visioning workshops and ecosystem mapping can help employers figure out their approach and refine it.

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8 Things Good Leaders Never Say

Success

Think before you speak. Seems obvious, doesn’t it? After all, there are some things a good leader and boss should never say to an employee. But, be real, do you actually thing before speaking? Then shhh! There are some things you should never be caught saying—especially if you call yourself a leader.

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Why It’s Time to Retire the Term “Hybrid Work”

Allwork

Research from Future Forum and conversations with industry experts are helping employers cut through the noise about hybrid work and think more strategically about supporting flexibility. .

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Bootstrapping Doesn’t Mean Doing It All Alone

Tips From T. Marie

I have ambiguous feelings about the term ‘bootstrapping’. On the one hand, it’s the way I created my own business. On the other, I hate that it’s somehow become some sort of badge of honor. The term originated as a way of saying something was pretty much impossible.

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AI and Administrative Work: Enhancing Productivity and Efficiency

Office Dynamics

Revolutionizing Administrative Work with AI: Making Life Easier for Administrative Professionals Artificial Intelligence (AI) is making waves in the world of administrative professionals, providing the support they need to streamline tasks, increase efficiency, and skyrocket productivity.

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What Does Eat Your Career Actually Mean?

Eat Your Career

I know what you’re thinking…Eat Your Career is a really weird name. I get it, I understand. But if you’re curious to know where it came from and what it means, this video is for you. The article below summarizes the video.

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Working with a dismissive Executive

Practically Perfect PA

Working with a dismissive Executive In fast-paced working environments, it can be easy for Executives not to listen to their team effectively. We are all running at one hundred miles per hour, and often, senior staff members do not have the time or the capacity to engage with those around [.]

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Episode 460: Paul Millerd talks about The Pathless Path

Productivityist

I’m really excited to have this conversation with Paul Millerd because I had the chance to meet him back in June of 2022 at the World Domination Summit. We had a fantastic time connecting and discussing our shared interests in productivity and our modern relationship with work.

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Bisley debuts at Stockholm Furniture Fair

Workplace Insight

Bisley is to present its first ever showcase at the Stockholm Furniture Fair (7-11 February 2023), illustrating the multitude of innovative ways in which the brand’s collections can support and enhance home working.

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How to Develop Self-Reliance and the Ability to Work Independently

Team: Solo Admin

Self-reliance is the key to having a meaningful life. When we understand its importance and focus on becoming independent, we can learn to trust our abilities and use them to bring our dreams into reality! Self-reliance truly unlocks the magical door of creating an amazing life!

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Ep 201: Claire Haye – Assistant to General Manager at Amazon UK

Go Burrows

Claire Haye has worked in the public sector for a local council, profit for purpose within Social Housing and now in the private sector at Amazon. She has been in roles where she is the only Assistant but also led a team of more than 80 people.

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An interview with Admin Awards Founder, Sunny Nunan, by Executive Support Magazine

Admin Awards

To read this interview in Executive Support Magazine visit: [link] Sunny Nunan is the CEO and Founder of the Admin Awards in the USA, created in honor of her mother, a life-long administrative professional Can we start with a little background information?

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A 4-Question Guide to Unlock Your Creativity

Success

So you think you’re creative? We’re going to guess you do. In an informal poll, we asked friends, family members and neighbors the same question, and the results were unanimous: A retired accountant: yes. The barista at a favorite local coffee shop: yes. A neuroscience researcher: yes.

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The Four Horsemen of the Mandated Return to Office

Allwork

Companies demanding employees return to the office for 3-5 days per week are dealing with resistance, attrition, quiet quitting and diversity issues. .

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Unlock Your Potential & Manifest Success with a Business Vision Board!

Tips From T. Marie

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to make their dreams come true while others can’t seem to get started? Being the start of a new year, lots of home business owners set business resolutions in hopes of achieving those dreams.

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5 Tips for Staying Organized as an Administrative Professional When Working Remotely

Office Dynamics

Get organized and boost your productivity with these five tips for staying organized as an administrative professional when working remotely. Digital Organization Organizational Skills Remote Work

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Your Digital Organization Ecosystem: What It Is and Why You Need Clarity

Eat Your Career

If you’re an office professional, it’s probably safe to say that your digital world is vast and complex. If you have trouble managing all of the different pieces, I have a resource for you. The article below summarizes the video content.

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How to make your invisible work visible

Practically Perfect PA

How to make your invisible work visible Having spent over a decade working with and training Assistants, one of the many challenges I hear is that Assistants do a lot of work that goes unnoticed. How often have you said or thought, 'my Executive doesn't know what I do'. It's a [.].

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2023: My Year in Preview

Productivityist

I’m cheating a bit with this. Because I’ve already started my 2023. In fact, I’m a full three months in as I write this. You see, I mirror my year with my kids’ school year. That means that I start in September and end it in August.

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AI presents us with a chance to rediscover what it means to be human

Workplace Insight

Like a lot of people right now, I am struggling to get my head around where we are going with AI. Look around and you’ll see the breathless excitement at the sheer amazingness of it all.

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