The Reporter – September 2015


The Reporter – September 2015

  • Sheila Atkinson-Baker
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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals
  • Tips to Stay on Track and Reach Your Goals
  • Career Spotlight: What I do as a Court Reporter
  • Five Powerhouse Strategies for Creating
    Administrative Peer Power
  • Legal Writing Tips
  • Six Tips to Working Smarter

From the President

This month, our feature article “Tips to Stay on Track and Reach Your Goals” encourages one to divide work or objectives into specific goals, which is an important part of managing workloads and achieving overall ambitions.

Since founding our business over two decades ago, we have been constantly doing our best to help you reach your work goals when it comes to planning depositions, and we consistently search for ways to improve our service to you.

As always, I invite your suggestions on how we can better serve you and welcome submissions on content matter for this e-newsletter.

Best regards,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Tips to Stay on Track and Reach Your Goals

By Quin Hoskins

Working as a Legal Secretary will require you to be extremely focused and organized in order to adhere to tight deadlines and to keep up with the fast-paced legal industry. Dividing your work or objectives into specific goals is an important part of managing your workload and achieving your overall ambitions. This is not just true for people in employment – for those of you currently studying for qualifications, the setting of goals is just as important.

Setting goals is only the first step, though. This article includes some tips which will help you stick to your goals once you have decided what they are.

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Career Spotlight: What I Do
as a Court Reporter
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Five Powerhouse Strategies for Creating Administrative Peer Power Read it »





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