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The Best Place to Store Information on Your Computer

The Best Place to Store Information on Your Computer

By Chloe Gottschalk  /  October 4, 2018
When looking for a document or file that you need, how long does it usually take you to find it?...
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One billion dollars. That’s how much corporate America spent on Executive Coaching for business leaders in 2017. However, spent isn’t...
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Can a Veteran EA Really Learn Anything from Productivity Training?

Can a Veteran EA Really Learn Anything from Productivity Training?

By Chloe Gottschalk  /  September 12, 2018
One of our clients wrote this personal blog in reference to her experience with our training program, Take Back Your...
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How to Avoid Making the Same Mistakes

How to Avoid Making the Same Mistakes

By Chloe Gottschalk  /  September 10, 2018
One of the hardest parts of adopting a new routine is refraining from making the same mistakes that you used...
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3 Ways to Improve Your Productivity as an Executive’s Assistant

3 Ways to Improve Your Productivity as an Executive’s Assistant

By Chloe Gottschalk  /  September 10, 2018
If you had to describe your job as an Executive Assistant in one word, what would it be? Stressful? Hectic?...
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There is one thing that can make or break your company’s recruiting habits no matter how enticing your jobs might...
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It’s easy to get stuck in your weekly rhythm and eventually find yourself just going through the motions of your...
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When it comes to a company’s business cycle, reorganizations are a major adjustment that impact employees and managers. The main...
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A recent study found that 21% of employees regularly participate in gossip, so as an executive in your organization, you...
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It’s hard to believe that July is already here and the year is officially halfway over. With 2018 on the...
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Summer is synonymous with V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N, but according to Project: Time Off's latest State of American Vacation 2018, the American workforce gave...
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I read a very valuable article on LinkedIn recently entitled Optional or Operational, the Case for Great Training;  One of...
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Women are equally represented in corporate America and are more educated than their male counterparts, but very few women fill leadership positions...
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“I’m just not a productive person,” is not a revelation that we accept at McGhee Productivity Solutions (MPS). No one is inherently...
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Understanding the Importance of a Powerful Partnership for Executives and their Administrators! What does a powerful partnership between executive and...
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Shared Value Management and Your Employees

Shared Value Management and Your Employees

By Kelleeanne Desimone  /  March 9, 2018
What Does Shared Value Management Mean for Your Employees? Creating shared value is a new management strategy being embraced by...
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A Devoted TBYL Champion Shares His Journey & Tips

A Devoted TBYL Champion Shares His Journey & Tips

By Kelleeanne Desimone  /  February 27, 2018
Meet Tim Paz, an industrial hygienist responsible for ensuring workplace exposures, such as chemicals, asbestos, noise, radiation, etc., are minimized, and...
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Project management is a professional career choice for many individuals. Formal programs are available to become certified in the field...
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Avoiding the Road to Nowhere

Avoiding the Road to Nowhere

By Kelleeanne Desimone  /  January 12, 2018
We’ve all done it.  We embrace the new year with a new perspective and goals we plan on achieving. We make resolutions in...
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Using Power and Influence to Foster a Powerful Partnership

Using Power and Influence to Foster a Powerful Partnership

By Kelleeanne Desimone  /  September 9, 2017
Vickie Sokol Evans (RedCape) interviews Jennifer Wilmoth (McGhee Productivity Solutions) for Executive Secretary Magazine. Read it here.
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