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.
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.
Professional burnout is a dangerous (yet common) condition caused by prolonged periods of unmanaged stress on the job. Failing to recognize and appropriately respond to burnout can make the situation worse and lead to dire consequences. This webinar will help you identify important first steps for creating a healthy relationship with work now and in the future.
Having a bad attitude can push people away and, in the workplace, that can mean you lose out on career opportunities. By leveraging a few simple strategies, you can develop the “Attractive Attitude,” which offers enormous personal and professional advantages.
In the workplace, attitude is everything. Negativity will brand you quickly. But it takes effort to keep the right attitude. Things won't always go your way so you have to force it at times. It's a challenge, but it's not impossible. It just takes practice. Are...
While many believe it’s a natural character trait, confidence can be learned. Investing time and energy into the process will pay massive returns for anyone who frequently feels intimidated, self-conscious, or uncertain in the professional world. This session will give you the tools to get started.
With the right tools, you can turn almost any mistake, big or small, into a positive, stepping-stone to success. This webinar will show you how.
Finding ways to love your work is a choice you can make every day, regardless of circumstance. In this session, you’ll learn simple tools to find and keep your professional passion—even during challenging times.