Robert Half’s Seattle-area OfficeTeam divisions are ramping up to celebrate Administrative Professionals’ Week come April 19 - 25. Administrative Professional’s Week (APW) is a holiday in April that celebrates the important role administrative professionals play in businesses.
“This time of year our OfficeTeam staff really looks forward to celebrating Administrative Professionals Week,” said Melissa Mangrum, OfficeTeam Division Director in Seattle. “We enjoy celebrating the positive contributions administrative professionals have on businesses every day. Administrative Professionals are essential to a company achieving its organizational goals.”
Additionally, with the celebration of Administrative Professionals Week , OfficeTeam is offering a free webinar to candidates, “Developing Your ‘It’ Factor: Enhancing Your Professional Image and Marketability,” on April 21 at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET.
When companies think about hiring new team members or promoting existing employees to management roles, they look for individuals who have an executive presence -- people with a strong professional image and leadership potential. Everything from the way you dress to how you communicate with others in the workplace can make an impression and impact how others perceive you. Having that “it” factor can help you advance in your career, whether you’re hoping to move up the ladder at your current employer or find a new position.
During this event, OfficeTeam Executive Director Robert Hosking will cover:
- How to dress for success
- Ways of showing initiative at work
- Tips for effective communication
- Advice on building and maintaining business relationships
- Tricks for using body language to your advantage
Encourage your administrative and support staff to register for the webinar today! It takes more than the right skills to advance in one’s career these days. And this webinar is just the resource to help increase one’s “wow factor” in the workplace.
How do plan to celebrate APW 2015 with your administrative support staff? Share your comments below.