Learn how to communicate strategically to get results in your executive assistant or administrative assistant role and career. In your administrative professional role, you communicate all day long. You do so using many communication modes: face-to-face, online, e-mail, instant messaging and more. You communicate with your managers, executives, coworkers, colleagues, customers, and vendors. That's the short list You communicate with these people to meet their needs and those of your employer. You also communicate to meet your own needs and desires. You communicate to get results. You're not just talking to hear yourself and writing e-mails for fun. However, to get the results you require or desire from your communication, you must speak and write purposefully - yet authentically. Communication Strategies for Administrative Professionals gives you practical advice to help you think before you speak or write in your workplace and in your administrative role and career. Read this book to learn how to communicate what you can do, can't do, will do, won't do, need and want in your administrative role and career.