Educational Office Professional Association Elects Officers
Linda Berard, President; Becky Mulligan, Vice President; and Andrea Blount, Treasurer
Congratulations to NAEOP member Linda Berard, the 2017-2018 President of the Wayne Community College AEOP. The officers have adopted the current North Carolina Association of Educational Office Professionals president's theme, "Your Guiding Light to Professionalism," as their unit's motto for the year.
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A New Year is a fresh start to review your life (personal or professional) and see where/who you are and where/who you want to be. While you may already have your personal resolutions, try incorporating some work place goals to round out your newly optimistic lifestyle. Before you get started, a good goal or resolution should consist of SMART properties: ·Specific or; significant, stretching ·Measurable or; meaningful, motivational ·Attainable or; achievable, acceptable, action-oriented ·Realistic or; relevant, reasonable, rewarding, results-oriented ·Time-based or; time-bound, timely, tangible, trackable Ideas to get you started: Delegate More - There's nothing wrong with working hard and having control, but remember that the people around you are capable too. You may learn something new and the extra time will allow you to focus on other projects.Eat Healthier at Work - It is important to develop healthy eating habits at work because on an average, we all spend more than 65% of our day …