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Take your skills to the next level during Administrative Professionals Week Skills Check-In
Dear Administrative Professional,
You're the kind of person everyone's always looking to for help. You're the "go-to" person to fix problems, answer questions and accomplish things in the office.
That's why I'm excited to announce that Administrative Professionals Week Skills Check-In (September 17-21) is quickly approaching. We're gearing up to recognize you for all of your hard work and effort in the office.
Every April, we celebrate Administrative Professionals Week by giving you gifts to help you become a more productive, accomplished professional. But we think you deserve not just one, but two weeks of giveaways and recognition during the year for all of your hard work.
That's why we have a full lineup of gifts to give you during this special event! These giveaways are must-have resources to help you strengthen the skills you need to thrive as an admin.
Here's a sneak peek of the FREE resources we're giving away during Administrative Professionals Week Skills Check-In:
To receive our gifts right in your email inbox during Administrative Professionals Week Skills Check-In, all you have to do is register to get on the list. Registration is free.
Be sure to pass along this information to all of your administrative professional colleagues, so they can benefit from these skill-building resources as well.
Jaclyn Baldovin, Online Content Manager
P.S. Admin pros are the unsung heroes of the workplace — the glue that holds an office together. Update your skills and take your career to the next level with our FREE resources during Administrative Professionals Week Skills Check-In (September 17-21). Register now to receive them.
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