Thank the one who makes your day a little easier...

Real Estate Agent with John L. Scott Sandy

Today is Administrative Professionals Day.   Be sure to let those who keep your coffee pot filled, the phones answered and the copy machine running a big "THANKS".  (And, hey, if that is YOU, then "great job".)

Our profession requires a lot of support once you get things rolling.  You truly can't be everything to everyone.  Our administrative professionals help us get the job done right in a reasonable amount of time.

Here at John L. Scott Sandy our receptionist, Susan, is a huge asset to our company.  She is new to real estate, but she is "Johnny-on-the-spot" when it comes to taking care of all of the things that make our office run smoothly.  She is always ready to learn a new skill or answer any questions that she can find the answer to.  I enjoy her cheerful personality.  Thanks Susan!

Let your administrative professional know just how much you appreciate him/her today!

Rose Portland Oregon Valerie Harvey

Comments (5)

Sarah Cooper
Real Estate Shows - Hurricane, WV
Thanks for the heads up, Valerie!  Our Karen is pure gold, she keeps the whole office going!  I'll have to thank her somehow today.
Apr 24, 2007 09:08 PM
No Longer Active
Real Estate - Fallon, MT
Guess I'll stay away from the office today...  I'm not big on praise for mediocre performance.  Everyone else seems to worship our administrator but I just wonder what fills her time, we are constantly running out of basic supplies. 
Apr 25, 2007 12:01 AM
Steven Shewell
Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. - Ephrata, PA
The Mortgage Maverick
The Administrative Professional is the one that makes you look good.  Without them, most of us would be lucky to find the office in the morning.
Apr 25, 2007 12:03 AM
Thesa Chambers
West + Main - Bend, OR
Principal Broker - Licensed in Oregon
Valerie - thank you for the gentle reminder - guess I will be heading to the florist at lunch - you rock
Apr 25, 2007 04:07 AM
Valerie Baldwin
John L. Scott Sandy - Gresham, OR
Harvey, Gresham Oregon Real Estate

Sarah:  You are welcome.  Praise is deserved for a job well done.

Dan:  Sounds like you need a new administrator who is on the ball.  Maybe you could thank her for "keeping all the supplies stocked so well". (Facetious)  ;)

Steven:  So true.

Thesa:  You are welcome.  It is nice to have good support staff.  What kind of flowers are you getting???

Apr 25, 2007 04:38 AM