Join me for this live virtual experience! There is no denying that the role of an Executive Assistant is critical to an executive’s success. Strategic thinking and effective problem-solving are essential skills that make an Executive Assistant a trusted partner and reliable advisor. With these skills, you can act as a force multiplier, enhancing the productivity
Now that we have almost two months under our belt, I’d love to know which conferences you plan to attend in the remainder of 2023 – you know, the ones you wouldn’t dream of missing because the value you get far exceeds your investment of time and money. Will you complete this informal survey for me?
Join me at the 30th Annual Conference for Administrative Excellence! Employees hear mixed messages when it comes to their emotions and the workplace. Emotions exist for a reason. We just have to learn how to leverage emotions to navigate our workplaces. We want to make them work for us, not against us. During your time with me
Join me for a OneZone Women’s Network’s Tactical Workshop where you will discover what kind of thinking style you use to learn, problem-solve, and make daily decisions and learn how to leverage it to maximize your impact and outcomes!You are making decisions every day. Lots of them! And as these daily decisions continue to come at
Join me and the women of ANEW (A Network of Evansville Women) for a fun and interactive session where you will discover what kind of thinking style you use to learn, problem-solve, and make daily decisions.You are making decisions every day. Lots of them! And as these daily decisions continue to come at you at
Pacifying behaviors create distractions and work against us when we’re trying to influence others. Knowing what your pacifying behaviors are is the first step to getting in control of them. Do you know what yours are? If not, keep reading to learn more.
We’re complex creatures navigating a complex world with challenges around every corner. When facing those challenges head-on, we will sometimes stumble and fall because of mistakes we’ve made or the actions of others. No matter the circumstance, our choices remain the same – assume the role of victim or problem-solver.
To ensure a smooth decision-making process, use this quick reference guide to clarify, at the outset, how a team decision will be made.
If you are an administrative professional (or a leader responsible for the growth and development of an administrative professional), here are three resources you will likely want to know about.
Take this quick quiz to understand what kind of thinking style (or styles) you use to learn, problem-solve, and make daily decisions.