Blogs

John Ubaldi's picture

Creating a Competitive Edge in 2015 by Hiring Veterans

One of the best business decisions U.S. companies can make is to hire veterans. With the downsizing of the U.S. military, there are sure to be many talented individuals to choose from in 2015.

As business globalizes, companies need employees who bring strong leadership training and skills from their military service. From the first day of service, military personnel learn to instruct, delegate, motivate, and inspire. Veterans understand the team concept and how to motivate teams to successful outcomes.  

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Julie Perrine's picture

7 Video & Voice Chat Tools to Help Admins Work from Anywhere

These days, it’s common for administrative professionals to attend meetings and collaborate with colleagues from places other than offices. Whether you’re working from a conference room, hotel lobby, or the comfort of your own home, you need tools to help you work effectively in a virtual environment. These video and voice chat programs can help you do just that – and the best part is that many of them are free!

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Robert Hosking's picture

Evolving Administrative Job Descriptions and Job Titles

OfficeTeam and IAAP have partnered on a new research project called Office of the Future, which examines how evolving workplace trends are impacting administrative professionals.

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Dr. Ronald Johnson's picture

How to Lead Teams to Innovation and Success

High-performing teams are a necessary driver for a competitive advantage in today’s global business environment. There are strategies to create and nurture functional, supportive teams that lead to innovative and successful outcomes.

Tom Blanchard opines, “None of us is as smart as all of us.” Team composition is a very important component of a successful team. Interview prospective team members and strive to select members with complementary and even contrary skills. Don’t choose a team of clones.

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Courtney Clark's picture

Three Common Playground Behaviors to Increase Professional Resiliency

The playground seems like a place for play - an unlikely place to take our professional cues. It turns out, however, that some of the most common childhood habits can actually work as resiliency-building tools.
Children often have naturally resilient tendencies – think about a toddler learning to walk and hitting the ground over and over, never giving up. Three childhood habits we can all attempt to adapt are:

1. Climb High, Lay Low
Benefit: Find new perspective and new solutions

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Lisa Mathewson's picture

Managing Conflict; Keeping the Peace in the Boardroom

Albert Einstein’s undeniable words of wisdom ring true, even in the boardroom, “Peace cannot be kept by force. It can only be achieved by understanding.”

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James Edgar's picture

Member Blog, EFAM 2014 Tech Education

I had a goal of increasing my technical knowledge while attending EFAM. To that end, I attended the classes Mobile Apps with a Business Edge, The Simplicity & Power of HTML, Presenting Your Best with Prezi and PDF Tips & Tricks.

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Sandy Ratke's picture

Member Blog, Leadership Bootcamp Part 2

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James Edgar's picture

Member Blog, EFAM 2014 Leadership Bootcamp

My first order of business at EFAM was attending the Leadership Bootcamp. I had heard rave reviews about this session from last year’s EFAM attendees. This one definitely lived up to expectations, and then some.

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iaap's picture

Revitalization Announcement from IAAP Board

Revitalization Announcement from IAAP Board

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