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A content-rich, 60- to 90-minute webinar to view online or listen via a downloadable MP3.

Practical supplementary session materials, such as printable handouts and links to resources.

Personal insights from our speakers, along with interviews with notable career experts and administrative leaders.

An effective and innovative continuing education option that’s available to admins anytime and anywhere.

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Free Affiliate Webinar: Career Advancement Edge – An Online Portfolio

Free Affiliate Webinar: Career Advancement Edge – An Online Portfolio

Whether you’re job seeking, gainfully employed, or trying to make a name for yourself, a digital portfolio will enhance your visibility and advance your career. It’s a fabulous tool for building your personal brand, setting yourself apart, and positioning yourself as...

Affiliate Webinar: Managing Projects With OneNote

Affiliate Webinar: Managing Projects With OneNote

Linus Pauling said, "The best way to get a good idea is to get a lot of ideas." Microsoft® OneNote® is a great place to gather brilliant ideas from talented people. In addition to being a great note-taking application, OneNote makes a superb collaboration platform....

Note From Julie: Are You Experiencing Workplace Conflict?

Note From Julie: Are You Experiencing Workplace Conflict?

Conflict. No matter how well you get along with others, every workplace has conflict of some sort. It may be two colleagues who can't get along, competing interests between departments, or misunderstandings on a team project. Sometimes solving these situations is...

Combating Conflict: 5 Questions for Better Self-Awareness

Combating Conflict: 5 Questions for Better Self-Awareness

This article was originally published in Executive Secretary magazine and is reprinted here with permission. No workplace is completely without conflict. Even the closest of colleagues and co-workers will occasionally disagree over the division of labor, the proper...

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