Formerly known as Secretaries Week, Administrative Professionals Week is a time to acknowledge and thank all of your hyper-organized, people loving, multi-tasking pros that keep everything running smoothly in your busy office. Today’s office professionals are a far cry from … Continue reading
In today’s fast-paced workplace, it is often easy to forget to stop and say “thank you” to your staff for all the hard work that they do. As the old adage goes “They don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care”. A little gift goes a long way and flowers (or chocolates) send a clear message that you appreciate them.
This year, Administrative Professionals Week is April 21th to 25th. Currently, since its inception in 1952, it is the largest workplace event celebrated nationwide. Because of its emphasis on the value of administrative professionals, and the roles they play in their respective organizations, this week is the perfect time to show your appreciation.
With our selection of gifts we make it easy for you to say “thank you” because with flowers, you don’t have to cater to individual interests and styles. EVERYBODY loves flowers! We have something for every budget and have highlighted some of our favorites right here.
Next week, many bosses, managers, business owners – will send flowers to the valued colleagues and employees who work so hard, taking on many responsibilities and projects, to help them meet their goals and fulfill their plans. This is because a smart leader knows that a little recognition for good work, and a word of thanks go a long way.
More and more, the 24 hours we’ve been allotted in a day are so busy, they seem to fly by, and the little things that make such an impact on every day life are the first casualties of our hectic existence. We mean to make that phone-call and check up on that friend, but by the time we get to it, it’s too late in the day. We are grateful for the help and hard work of those around us, and at some point plan on sending them a thank you card or gift, but something urgent and requiring immediate attention pops up, and that kind intention is moved to tomorrow’s schedule.
That’s why Administrative Professionals Week is so important! It’s a week’s worth of nudging to remind you to show appreciation to those who work so hard for you. Anyone who’s ever received flowers knows how delightful it is to accept that lovely, thoughtful package, and long after the flowers have faded, the memory of that gift continues to delight.
Secretary’s Week (now called Administrative Professionals Week) is next week, April 23-27. It is a time to thank staff for all of their dedication and hard work that it takes to make a business run smoothly. Showing appreciation boosts spirits in the office and flowers have been proven to increase productivity. A study by Texan A&M showed that productivity increased by 30% for both men and women when flowers were present. Flowers make people happy! So what are you waiting for?? Here are some great productivity-boosting ideas…
So you have this great administrator that can keep track of a hundred things at once, keep you organized in your day-to-day tasks, and takes on so much responsibility that they are a key staff member in your business. You could not be without your administrator and in fact, you might fall apart if you did not have them there to coordinate your daily meetings, go through your checklist, and keep you on target each day. Dedication and determination are the necessary skills of today’s administrators and the responsibility of the job can be incredibly demanding.
This week is Administrative Professionals Week, also known as National Secretary’s Week. There are over 4 million administrators working in the United States. On top of that, many administrators have additional support staff that they oversee to help get the daily goals completed. Administrative Professionals Week is the perfect time to thank your incredibly admirable and outstanding employees. What is the best way to do this? Send a floral arrangement that is as unique and spectacular as they are. Here are some suggestions for how to send that thank you floral arrangement to your administrator.
Also…flowers have been proven to boost productivity by a study from Texas A&M. During the study, both males and females were shown to demonstrate greater levels of innovative thinking, resulting in the generation of more ideas and original solutions. More ideas and solutions led to greater productivity, and therefore a greater motivation to achieve!