There is a difference between having an occupation and a career. In an occupation, you are stagnant. A career is taken seriously; you continually seek out ways to grow and improve. An occupation is short term; it is drudgery, draining and just something you do until something better comes along. A profession is taken seriously and you seek growth. If you have made the administrative profession your chosen career, then keep reading.
Fortunately in today’s world you have many options to choose from when it comes to your education and professional development. When I founded Office Dynamics in 1990, there were very few companies who offered specialized training for administrative support staff and executive assistants. We did not have all the wonderful technology to offer online courses and webinars. There is no excuse to not develop yourself [Read more…]