The Administrative Assistantby Brenda Bailey Hughes, Brenda Bailey-Hughes, Bailey-Hughe
Pub. Date: 11/01/1997
Publisher: Crisp Publications, Inc.
Today, the administrative assistant operates at a high level, often reporting to more than one person. See more details below
Today, the administrative assistant operates at a high level, often reporting to more than one person.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Who Is the Administrative Assistant? Checklist of Responsibilities Chapter 1: Wearing Many Hats Managing Multiple Roles What Hats Do Others See You Wearing? What Your Manager Expects Chapter 2: Assisting the Manager Are They Lost Without You? Anticipate Needs Act as a Communication Liaison Making the Connection Act as a Communication Buffer Take Over Projects for Your Boss Chapter 3: Supervising Office Operations and Support Staff Are You Ready to Be a Supervisor? Supervisory Skills Self-Assessment Seven Supervisory Challenges Chapter 4: Providing Information Are You a Wealth of Information? Developing the Detective Hat Sharing the Information Chapter 5: Special Concerns of the Administrative Assistant Personal Requests Work Overload Dealing with Interruptions Supporting Two or More People Conclusion
and post it to your social network
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews >
I have had the Admin Asst title for one year now, and I was having alot of trouble defining my work, and getting organized in the office. This book not only helped me get organized, but it also helped me define my role and helped me deal with certain situations that other secreterial handbooks could not. It is a step by step book that will help you obtain control of your work environment!