by Leilani Haywood Several administrative professionals offered this insight on IAAP’s Facebook page which I thought should be in an article. The administrative professional responsibilities have changed dramatically over the last 10 years. When asked, “What advice would you give to someone starting as an administrative professional,” they shared these keys which can apply to…
Planning for others is way harder than planning for yourself, but there are some steps you can take to be ready to plan for their next trip. The TRAVO team has spent the last two years speaking with thousands of administrative professionals around the world to hear all of their biggest pain points and tips for being a prepared travel planner. Each call taught us the importance of building a traveler’s profile. In this article you’ll find lists to follow, ensuring you have what you need to be ready for anything and start planning right away.
Office and administration roles are advancing, with responsibilities that now look more like middle management than support staff. The recession and advancements in technology have both contributed to the evolution, as more companies turn to fewer support staff to take on more duties.
Lucy Brazier, CEO of Marcham Publishing and expert on the administrative sector throughout the world, shares her thoughts on Administrative Professionals Day.