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The Reporter – August 2016

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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals BROUGHT TO YOU BY
ATKINSON-BAKER COURT REPORTERS
IN THIS ISSUE:
  • People Skills, Professionalism, and Protocol Important for
    Career Success and Advancement
  • Create the Mindset and Take Action to Nurture Your Career
  • Dealing with Difficult Clients
  • Four Tips for Everyday Google Doc Users
  • Should I Get Certified as an Administrative Professional?

From the President

Our lead article, “People Skills, Professionalism, and Protocol Important for Career Success and Advancement” is a reminder of the importance of good business etiquette skills, including the ever-evolving technology etiquette.  It’s always good to brush up on these skills, as professional etiquette communicates credibility.

Because we know you have a choice when scheduling court reporters, we value your business and the opportunity to provide you with the full spectrum of reporting services.

Best regards,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

 

People Skills, Professionalism, and Protocol Important for Career Success and Advancement

By Rachel Wagner

According to a nationwide survey by Kessler International, “untimely and inappropriate use of cell phones” by employees in the workplace is a top pet peeve mentioned by upper and middle managers.

This came as no surprise to me. When preparing to work with my corporate clients, this topic regularly comes up, and it’s one of the business etiquette skills I teach and speak about at corporate training events and conferences in Oklahoma and out of state.

 

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Create the Mindset and Take Action to Nurture Your Career
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Dealing with Difficult Clients
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