by Nancy AdcoxApril 27, 2012
You've still got today to make a special effort to recognize your admin, and the free ebook “Celebrate Administrative Professional's Week” will provide ideas and a checklist.
Yanceyville, NC, April 27, 2012 – Well, it's true, the official Administrative Professionals' Day was this past Wednesday, but never fear, you have one day left of the week-long Administrative Professionals' Week celebration. If you've been out of town (or if, OMG, you forgot) you can still plan something today – act quickly!
Whether you've done advanced planning or not, you can encourage, inspire, and appreciate your administrative professional.
But, if you missed celebrating on Wednesday, you can announce that TODAY you'll celebrate the admin(s) in your office. (If you are reading this after April 27 and you missed the whole week entirely, it's never too late, just say something like this to your admin: “Let's have a special appreciation day for you – how's Wednesday of next week?”)
Admins are very diverse, and how you celebrate depends on your specific admin. In the past, flowers might have been the thing to do, but now you may need to consider other alternatives. There are both male and female admins. Some admins want to be admins for life, and others are in the admin role as a foot in the door and a first rung on the ladder and flowers just might not be your best choice. Be sure to celebrate your admin as they would like to be celebrated.
The free ebook, “Celebrate Administrative Professional's Week,” is for managers and co-workers who want to get some ideas on how to plan a thank-you celebration for the department's admin. Get the free ebook at http://xanzia.com/administrative-professionals-day-week/.
It's good for you, the admin, and everyone involved when you encourage, inspire, and appreciate your admin. Congratulations on creating a wonderful day!
News Source: http://www.free-press-release.com/news-it-s-not-too-late-to-celebrate-administrative-professional-s-week-with-your-admin-1335530988.html
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