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How to Stop Self-Doubt from Hurting Your Career

How to Stop Self-Doubt from Hurting Your Career

When I first heard the term impostor syndrome, I didn’t really know what it meant. However, it’s a topic that frequently comes up for entrepreneurs and career-advancing professionals. And recently, I’ve noticed a lot of impostor syndrome topics being discussed in the...

The Benefits of Understanding Personality Types in the Workplace

The Benefits of Understanding Personality Types in the Workplace

Have you ever wondered why you work really well with some people and seem to clash with others? Why you can predict how some colleagues will react to situations and others leave you completely flummoxed? Chances are it has a lot to do with individual personality type...

An Admin’s Guide to Virtual Meeting Management

An Admin’s Guide to Virtual Meeting Management

Virtual meeting management is a skill. It requires understanding the technology and using it competently, as well as being knowledgeable enough to guide your executive, team members, and other meeting attendees through the process. I conduct many virtual meetings each...

Note From Julie: Technology Plays a Vital Role in Collaboration

Note From Julie: Technology Plays a Vital Role in Collaboration

Admins use numerous types of technology to do their jobs efficiently and effectively every day – from coordinating meetings to managing expense reports. But did you know that technology can also play a crucial role in collaboration? With so many teams now working...

What My Summer Intern Taught Me or Why I Love Millennials

What My Summer Intern Taught Me or Why I Love Millennials

Millennials are the generation born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s. Generally speaking, they are the children of Baby Boomers and Gen Xers. They've been called everything from entitled and narcissistic to entrepreneurial, confident, and engaged. And their...