Organization

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How to Stand Out with a Clear and Concise Resume

How to Stand Out with a Clear and Concise Resume

by Jaclyn Baldovin, Radiant Digital Solutions No matter how long you have been with your company, there is no such thing as total job security. Your executive may retire or move on to a different organization and be unable to take you along. Management may move in a...

VIDEO: 3 Quick Tips for How to Track Things During A Crisis

VIDEO: 3 Quick Tips for How to Track Things During A Crisis

As an admin, you’re at the heart of the response efforts your company is coordinating during this global health event. Here are three quick tips to help you track ideas, suggestions, best practices, and resources so you can be even better prepared for future business...

How to Develop a Color Code for Better Organization

How to Develop a Color Code for Better Organization

As an administrative professional, you understand just how much structure and organization comes into play on a daily basis. You probably have multiple systems and procedures that allow you to create order and inspire productivity. But with so many people and...

5 Types of Office Clutter That Kill Your Productivity

5 Types of Office Clutter That Kill Your Productivity

Clutter: The collection of “stuff” lying around that creates disorganization in your workplace. It sabotages your productivity and can adversely affect your mental health day in and day out. It’s time to get it under control! Research has shown that cluttered spaces...

6 Organizing Personality Styles & How They Stay Organized For Life

6 Organizing Personality Styles & How They Stay Organized For Life

By Cena Block This article was originally published on Sanespaces.com and is reprinted here with permission. What is your organizing personality type? Have you ever considered that you have natural approaches to organizing your space? Have you ever wondered why...

An Admin’s Guide to Creating a Strategic Career Plan

An Admin’s Guide to Creating a Strategic Career Plan

As admins, we often get so wrapped up in our daily professional routines that we forget to look at the bigger picture. We go to work, take care of business, and go home. Then we get up and do it again the next day. While there’s no harm in having a routine, it can be...

How to Better Prepare for Emergencies and Disasters

How to Better Prepare for Emergencies and Disasters

From natural disasters, such as floods, wildfires, and hurricanes, to personal emergencies, like health issues, a death in the family, or criminal situations, there’s a lot that can happen on any given day. Most of these situations come with little or no warning, so...

An Assistant’s Guide to Proactive Disaster Preparedness

An Assistant’s Guide to Proactive Disaster Preparedness

Disasters come in many forms. Some can be handled quickly with minimal downtime. Others can have long-lasting implications on our personal and professional lives. At All Things Admin, my team and I have plenty of experience dealing with disasters both big and small....

How to Quickly Master the Skill of Minute Taking

How to Quickly Master the Skill of Minute Taking

Most assistants have to take meeting minutes at some point during their careers – whether it’s a one-time event or a regular responsibility. If you dread taking meeting minutes, or the idea itself scares you, then it’s likely because you don’t have a good system in...

Top 10 Tips for Organization [Infographic]

Top 10 Tips for Organization [Infographic]

Organization is an essential skill for all administrative professionals. Yet a lot of admins struggle to get and stay organized. Need some help in this area? These tips will help you on your way to organizing anything – from your workspace to your career!