Using Intuition to Advance Your Career

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Robert Hosking, Executive Director of OfficeTeam
Does intuition play a role in today’s workplace? According to research from OfficeTeam and the International Association of Administrative Professionals, it certainly does. During this webinar, we'll provide advice on how you can use the abilities you already possess – such as observation and analysis – to help advance your career.

Topics we’ll discuss include:
- Becoming better at anticipating others’ needs
- What it really means to “go with your gut”
- Honing your team’s intuitive skills
- Becoming “bilingual” in body language
Apr 23 2013
60 mins
Using Intuition to Advance Your Career
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    Robert Hosking, Executive Director of OfficeTeam
    Does intuition play a role in today’s workplace? According to research from OfficeTeam and the International Association of Administrative Professionals, it certainly does. During this webinar, we'll provide advice on how you can use the abilities you already possess – such as observation and analysis – to help advance your career.

    Topics we’ll discuss include:
    - Becoming better at anticipating others’ needs
    - What it really means to “go with your gut”
    - Honing your team’s intuitive skills
    - Becoming “bilingual” in body language
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