The Reporter – July 2015

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The Reporter – July 2015

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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals
IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Three Stages to Problem Solving for Administrative
    and Executive Assistants
  • Take an Active Role Toward Your Success
  • Six Things that Will Renew Your Enthusiasm and
    Motivation at Work
  • Why Can’t Electronic Reporting Replace Steno
    Reporters?
  • Plurals, Possessives, and Surnames Oh My!

From the President

Because we know you have a choice when it comes to court reporting services, we appreciate the opportunity to serve you.  We will continue to make sure our services fill your needs at the highest quality level.

If you’re not already familiar with it, our Active Client Services allows firms to manage everything online, from calendaring depositions to downloading transcripts.  You also have the option of limiting the information to a particular case, key witness, or attorney.

Once you have viewed a list of jobs, you can get the specifics on any particular deposition by double-clicking on its job number.  Please start taking advantage of it, if you don’t already.  It can be very helpful to your attorneys.

Best regards,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Three Stages to Problem Solving for Administrative and Executive Assistants

By Joan Burge

No doubt you face problems on a daily basis. They can be as small as a printer jam or as big as your executive’s international trip is turning into a disaster due to bad weather.

There are many methods people use to solve problems such as mind-mapping or brainstorming. But for larger issues or problems, you have to have a process to be more successful at making the right decision.

This is called a Step Method and you follow it as outlined below. If you use the steps out of order, it will not have the same impact. I hope this helps you. If you have any suggestions as to what works really well for you when faced with a problem, please share with me.

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