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Leadership Techniques for Administrative Professionals, by Lorman

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Enhance your leadership skills and apply them to your organization’s operational activities and strategic functions.

Administrative leadership is about orchestrating tasks (and often includes mobilizing people) to develop and sustain organizations. Successful administrative leaders can establish systems that protect and sustain the essential operational functions of the organization. In the past, administrative professionals have often been relegated to things like scheduling, bookkeeping, and arranging travel. This is not the case today. Administrative professionals are constantly expanding their duties and taking on operational activities and strategic functions. In today’s ever-changing work world, administrative professionals are expected to keep things running smoothly, no matter what it takes. You don’t need to be a president or CEO to be a leader. You can take ownership of your responsibilities and demonstrate leadership skills. Administrative professionals are quite often called the jack-of-all-trades in many organizations. Skilled administrative professionals interact with employees at every level of the company and are an integral part of all aspects of organizational operations. These professionals have a diverse range of skills and capabilities that bind a company together and maintain its fluidity. So, it makes sense that today’s administrative professionals need a wide array of leadership skills to succeed in these challenging roles. This course will focus on the best leadership skills that administrative professionals need to develop in 2022 to be successful. This class will help you enhance your leadership skills and apply them to your organization’s operational activities and strategic functions that are crucial to your company, like maintaining a positive workplace climate and inspiring individuals to attain shared goals. Learn what separates a good administrative professional from the great and which professional development paths you should follow to enhance your leadership skills.

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