Category Archives: Time Management

Why You Should Learn Shorthand in 2015

Thinking about learning a new language? You might want to consider making that language shorthand. If you’ve been an office administrator or executive assistant for several years, there’s a good chance that you’ve heard of shorthand. But what exactly is … Continue reading

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Make Flex Schedules Work for your Workplace

Flexible work arrangements, flex hours, flexible schedules–whatever you want to call it–one thing remains the same: flexibility. Offering employees flexibility in their hours shows that you trust them and fuels empowerment. Even the President supports flexible working hours. However, flexible … Continue reading

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6 Critical Questions To Answer When Planning Your Next Project Meeting

25 million meetings take place in corporate America every day. Over 6.5 billion meetings per year! Is it any wonder that, 47% of employees cite too many meetings as a waste of productivity? Even more frightening is the fact that … Continue reading

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The Secret to Being a Flexible Administrative Assistant

As an administrative assistant, there’s a good chance that you face more daily interruptions than anyone else in the office. One minute the only thing on your plate is a report for a client; the next minute, your boss needs … Continue reading

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