Happy Administrative Professionals Week!
While we’ve been celebrating you and your administrative career all month, I want to say a special thanks to you this week. We really appreciate having you as part of the All Things Admin community, and we consider it an honor to be a part of your professional growth and success.
While it’s already Thursday, there’s still a lot going on this week in your honor, so make sure you check out our list of all the free training, giveaways, and more that many of our friends are offering!
Throughout April, we’ve been talking about creating your strategic career plan, and this week, we’re focusing on a topic that can be difficult for some admins: when to leave a position.
As admins, we aim for excellence and try to excel in our positions. But sometimes things don’t work out – whether it’s because we’re underappreciated or under paid, we’re looking for something different, or we simply out grown a job. Regardless of the reason, leaving can be difficult. Today’s feature article offers some guidance on how to determine when to leave a position, as well as how to find new opportunities. We’re also sharing additional insights on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages.
I hope you’re having a wonderful week, and feeling extra appreciated by your executives, teams, and organizations!
Supporting your administrative success,