In recognition of the valued contributions of these dedicated professionals to the success of the University this Administrative Professionals Day on April 24, WSOU-FM's "Thank God For Monday" program will air a special interview on Saturday morning, April 20, at 8:30 a.m. with Staysha Taylor, Administrative Assistant to the Provost and Executive Vice President.
Hosted by Brother Greg Cellini '85 and Gina Piro, the interview will include Taylor's thoughts and insights about her career journey and lessons learned, the vast experience that Administrative Professional need to possess in today's work world, maintaining a life-career balance, why Administrative Professionals are so essential to the success of their departments and the Seton Hall community, and how we can all recognize their outstanding efforts and on Wednesday, April 24.
Taylor shares experiences about her childhood in Queens, NY, growing up in a single parent household in Hackensack, and how she progressed in the administrative field. As a single parent herself, she shares how she balances her career and parenting, always a priority, while finishing her last three courses in Communication Studies to graduate this May.
"Everyone likes recognition for our efforts. When you hear that someone appreciates what you do, a genuine thank you has such value and is so rewarding. It helps you to progress as an Administrative Professional," says Taylor. Her advice: "Treat every opportunity as a learning experience. Be willing to be open and learn in every aspect of the job."
The integral role of our Administrative Professionals helps us to meet our mission and strive together to educate servant leaders who will go out into the world and change hearts, heal divisions and build community as they display virtues of courage, foresight, empathy and stewardship of the common good.
This episode of “Thank God For Monday” will be broadcast on WSOU 89.5 FM, and listeners can also hear the live stream at https://www.wsou.net/ or through the iHeartRadio app. Additionally, the show will be archived as a podcast on iTunes.
WSOU 89.5 FM, which began broadcasting in 1948, is the student-run radio station of Seton Hall University. Celebrated for its loud rock format and coverage of Seton Hall athletics, WSOU's signal reaches all five boroughs of New York City and much of northern and central New Jersey, and is available on iHeartRadio. WSOU was the 2016 winner of the National Broadcasters Association’s Marconi Award for Noncommercial Station of the Year. More information about the station can be found online at www.wsou.net and www.facebook.com/WSOUFM. For more information on this episode, contact program cohost Brother Greg Cellini at firstname.lastname@example.org or WSOU general manager Mark Maben at email@example.com.
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