Mentors & Masterminds, a dating service for administrative professionals looking for their perfect mentor match! Tune in and hear Tara’s story on how this project was formed and where it’s going. It’s an interesting journey and we would love to know, is this something you’ll be using to advance your career? [Read more…]
It is November. If you have been following Office Dynamics for a year or more, you know that we pause in November to honor the memory of Dave Burge. Dave was Joan’s husband, a big part of Office Dynamics and we lost him to Pancreatic Cancer in 2011.
We are donating 50% of all proceeds from the sales of Joan’s book, Underneath It All. The book is discounted to $12 for the month of November.
Our 23rd Annual Conference for Administrative Excellence, The Revolutionary Assistant. This is a video recap from Joan Burge & Jasmine Freeman.
It’s time to talk about webinar etiquette. We’ve been hosting a free monthly webinar since January of 2015 and as the events grow each month the chatter during the event increases. We love this feature but we’ve heard from a few attendees that some of the comments aren’t appropriate for the webinar and we wanted to take this opportunity to address webinar etiquette and protocol.
Here are a few quick tips.
- Introduce yourself in the chat and get to know fellow attendees.
- Share relevant strategies as well as resources with your fellow attendees.
- Keep your commentary positive and optimistic.
- Read pre-webinar messaging carefully.
- If you are having difficulty logging in, please follow the steps sent via email for troubleshooting guidance.
- If the difficulty continues, please check with your IT dept to make sure the site isn’t blocked by a Firewall.
Advice from Joan Burge for Webinar Etiquette and Protocol
Download Joan’s article from Executive Secretary Magazine
Thanks for taking a moment to learn more about webinar etiquette with us.
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Our team recently had the opportunity to fly to Orlando, Florida and participate in the inaugural Admin Pro Forum event hosted by our friends at Business Management Daily. We always enjoy traveling together and our opportunities to do so are few and far between.
I really love attending events for the administrative profession. It’s a great chance to network and show our support for the profession.
The administrative community forms bonds quickly and tightly. I’ve built an outstanding network around the world with professionals at all levels through attending events like this one. I also know many assistants who have done the same and have thriving administrative networks today along with much career success.
While in Orlando we thought it would be fun to record a few Facebook Live posts while we were at the event. We hope you enjoy these videos of our event recaps each day; you can find them embedded in this post below. We hope to see you at an event in the near future! [Read more…]
We’ve been having so much fun with Facebook Live. It’s a great way for us to connect with you in an instant. We can address your questions about the administrative profession and get your insights in the process. It’s a wonderful way of connecting with your peers, too.
This week Joan and I were inspired by a conversation we had with our friends at TRAVO. We jumped onto Facebook Live to talk about the topic of being a career assistant. Here are a few of the areas we cover in this video… [Read more…]