The Reporter – June 2015

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The Reporter – June 2015

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IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Nine Ways Smart Admins Nurture New Ideas
  • Stress Management Tips for Legal Professionals
  • Comfortable with Uncomfortable
  • Top 10 Proofreading Tips
  • Top Communication Tips for Administrative Assistants

From the President

I’m sure you will enjoy the collection of articles we have put together for you in this issue of The Reporter. Our first article encourages thinking out of the box by having creative ideas that offer solutions, improvement, or innovation. Training your brain to think creatively can help you excel and stand out as a valuable contributor.

We also have included a range of articles that includes tips on stress management and tips on proofreading.  We hope that all of the articles in this issue can be useful to you in the workplace.

Thank you for allowing us to serve you. Your business is truly appreciated.

Best regards,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Nine Ways Smart Admins Nurture New Ideas

By The American Society of Administrative Professionals

Most of the people in your office do a good job, and many of them excel. To really stand out, you need to be known for something beyond your job description. Think of the most successful admin or assistant you know–someone you emulate or who is doing what you’d like to do. What characteristics put her or him above the crowd?

It’s probably not that she or he excels at travel planning or produces great-looking documents or understands the ins and outs of corporate reporting. What sets that person apart is most likely something about how they think. You can cultivate thought processes that help you stand out, too. How about this, for example? Become known for creative ideas that offer solutions, improvement, or innovation. Train your brain to think out of the box. Here’s how:

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