The Reporter – July 2016


The Reporter – July 2016

  • Sheila Atkinson-Baker
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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals
  • Six Quick Soft Skill Tips for the Office Professional
  • Using Social Media for Professional Development
  • Are you a “Tech-Savvy” Assistant?
  • Trying to Organize Your Email? Keep it Simple
  • Five Tips for Constructively Resolving Office Conflicts

From the President

I hope you continue to find the articles, tips, and tools in The Reporter helpful. This month, we’ve included useful tips on skills and resolving office conflicts, along with articles giving encouragement on becoming tech-savvy and using social media for your professional development.

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Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Six Quick Soft Skill Tips for the Office Professional

By Susan Silva

Office and administrative professionals go go go all day. They come in the morning, check their email, then dig right into the tasks of the day. These tasks may vary from dealing with their manager or peers, creating documents and spreadsheets, coordinating projects or events to one of many other specialized projects. Many of these tasks require top notch soft skills. Soft skills are intrapersonal and interpersonal skills, such as one’s attitude, communication skills, time management abilities, ability to work under pressure, etc. Here are six quick tips to help refine an office professional’s soft skills and get you thinking about how you can improve your own soft skills. Read full article






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