Judge John Graham Addresses OAD
Students in Office Administration classes at Northeast Alabama
Community College recently attended a presentation by Judge John
Graham, guest lecturer. Judge Graham, who has been Circuit Judge
for Jackson County for five years, addressed Professionalism in
the Office. He spoke on telephone and cell phone etiquette,
professional greetings, working with the public, grammar, dress
codes, Netiquette, and going the extra mile in your job.
Graham also shared a handout on Qualities Employers Are Looking
For In Employees, excerpted from
Subjects included and discussed included Working in a Diverse
Environment; Managing Time and Priorities; Acquiring Knowledge;
Thinking Critically; Communicating Effectively; Solving
Problems; Contributing to a Team; Navigating Across Boundaries;
Performing with Integrity; Developing Professional Competencies;
Balancing Work and Life; and Embracing Change.
Students attending the presentation remarked that Judge Graham
gave an excellent presentation and was very entertaining. The
subject matter was very interesting and caused the students to
think about professionalism in the workplace and in every day
For more information about the Office Administration Program or
classes at Northeast, contact Ernestine Pace at
firstname.lastname@example.org or college
phone ext. 237.
Pictured at the
presentation are (L-R) Misty Barnard, NACC Paralegal student
intern for Judge Graham; Judge John Graham; Stacey Anders, Judge
Grahamís Administrative Assistant; and Ernestine Pace, Office
Administration Instructor at NACC.