When it comes to balancing work and life, we have to make choices and it isn’t always perfect. But, if you are willing to shift your perspective slightly and approach life in a more intentional way, you can find your own (perfectly imperfect) version of work/life harmony.
Etiquette may sound like an antiquated term, but it’s a concept that still very much applies in our modern business world. It’s no exaggeration to say that your knowledge of etiquette (or lack thereof) can make or break your career.
Fear shouldn’t be used as an excuse for inaction. When you experience fear in your career, there are certain steps you should take to evaluate it, manage it, and determine your next steps. This webinar will explain more!
If you’ve struggled to get people to take you seriously and do what you ask of them, you’re not alone. As an “unofficial” leader, you may have to employ different strategies to be effective. Learning how to do this will also increase your visibility and positively impact your professional reputation.
Don’t wait for circumstances to control your future. Instead, take the right steps today to set yourself up for success tomorrow…no matter what happens! This webinar will show you how.
Career crafting is a powerful tool that will help you take an active role in designing and customizing your job, so you can better leverage your unique talents, provide greater value to your employer, and experience more fulfillment in the process. This webinar will teach you how to do it.
The attitude you bring to your work can have a dramatic impact on your ability to use time wisely. Once you understand this fundamental connection, you will be better prepared to handle the ever-increasing expectations of the modern workplace. This webinar will teach you.
Even if you have no formal project management training, you still want to be taken seriously in your PM duties. To make that happen, you need to use the correct terminology and be able to understand those who reference critical PM processes and concepts. This webinar will teach you what you need to know.
Chrissy Scivicque is joined by Lisa Olsen and Stacy Leitner, two career-focused, full-time executive assistants and educators committed to advancing the administrative field. Join them for a dynamic, productive, and positive session about keeping a healthy career and mindset during stressful times.
The administrative field is highly diverse, with hundreds of different titles and no uniform path for progression. While it may be less structured than other fields, with a few simple steps you can take your admin experience and craft the career you want—either in admin or in another field altogether. This webinar will show you how!
Whether learning a new or updated software system, adjusting to upgraded hardware, or simply trying to better utilize the technology you already know, most people agree tech is a serious challenge. This session explores best practices in a general sense. You’ll learn how to overcome the fear, confusion and frustration of technology and embrace the exciting possibilities.
Due to COVID-19, many professionals are working from home for the first time. If you’re not accustomed to remote work, this can add a layer of difficulty during an already stressful and uncertain time. In this special bonus webinar, you’ll learn strategies to help you be successful while working from home.
In the workplace, conflict is to be expected—and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. When handled in the right way, conflict can help you build deeper, richer relationships. It can yield a more dynamic conversation that results in better decisions and more creative solutions. The art of constructive conflict is, indeed, an essential skill for any career-minded professional to master.
While there are no guarantees, there are some tried-and-true principles to making smart choices in your career. By using a thoughtful, methodical decision-making process, you’ll be able to look back and feel confident that you reached the best possible outcome.
During the session, Chrissy provides constructive feedback on resumes submitted by Library members.