Note From Julie: Plan Now for Your 2019 Professional Development

Each year, dozens of amazing admin-centric conferences take place around the world! Few of us have the luxury of attending them all. So it’s important to choose wisely, especially if you can get funding for a professional development conference. With just a couple...

Note From Julie: No Money for Training? No Problem!

There have been times throughout my career when my employer was willing to reimburse me for professional development training. But more often than not, I personally funded my training investments. This experience alone was a driving factor in launching All Things...

Affiliate Webinar: Excel Pivot Tables: Getting Your Data to Talk

Data is just data until it gives you information you can actually use. Pivot tables are the answer for extracting usable information from all that data. When some Microsoft® Excel® users hear the term “pivot tables,” they usually run for the hills,...

Affiliate Webinar: Gossip, Rumors & Workplace Busybodies

When toxic talk infects an entire department, you may be tempted to throw up your hands and just give in. You might feel powerless to counteract the damage caused by disparaging comments and persistent negativity, believing that, “you can’t change human...

Affiliate Webinar: Microsoft Outlook Calendars & Tasks

You can do more with Microsoft® Outlook® than just email! Most of us use Outlook for email. Some use it for both email and calendaring. But few of us know how to get calendaring and tasks to really help us manage our time and workload. In this popular webinar from...

Note From Julie: Beware of the Dangers of Being a Workaholic

Are you a workaholic? The dictionary defines a workaholic as someone who compulsively works hard and puts in long hours. While this alone isn’t necessarily a bad thing, the problem develops when it becomes habitual. It’s fair to say I used to be a workaholic. A few...

Hard Worker or Workaholic – Which One Are You?

As administrative professionals, we’re hardwired to give our all on every task – and sometimes it seems those tasks just keep coming, one after another. No sooner do we finish one than another pops up – and we don’t want to leave the office with an important job...