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Administrative Procedures Development Templates

Fast-Track Your Procedures With All Things Admin Templates!

Administrative procedures can help you save time and effort, delegate more easily, allow someone to cover for you when you’re out of the office, and demonstrate the value you bring to your organization.

If you’re ready to create your administrative procedures binder, we can help with our brand new Procedures Development Template Starter Package! This bundle contains many vital elements you need to create your physical procedures binder. You’ll receive:

  • Cover and spine templates to make your binder look polished and professional.
  • Tabbed divider pages to keep your procedures organized.
  • Section checklists for brainstorming to ensure that no procedure goes undocumented.
  • A table of contents that will allow anyone using your procedures manual to see what’s included and find exactly what they’re looking for.
  • A job tasks template to help you easily document what you do on a regular basis and identify what procedures you need to create.
  • Sample procedures templates to keep your typed or handwritten procedures streamlined and consistent.

The Procedures Development Template Starter Package is available now at an introductory price of $17.


Your purchase includes exclusive access to our weekly Procedures Power Hours every Wednesday. These hour-long sessions provide dedicated time for implementation and accountability, complete with coaching support from Julie Perrine and the All Things Admin team throughout the first quarter of 2024.

Administrative Procedures Template Starter Set

This Template Starter Set includes:

  • Procedures Development Brainstorm List for each section of your binder (Word)
  • Two binder cover options and coordinating spines (PDF, PNG, and Word)
  • Job Responsibilities Tracking Template (Excel)
  • Table of Contents Template (Word)
  • Tabbed Section Dividers Template (Word)
  • Procedures Development Template for Handwritten Procedures (Word)
  • Procedures Development Template for Typewritten Procedures (Word)
  • Handwritten Procedure Sample (PDF)
  • Typewritten Procedures Samples (PDF)

This package contains 13 individual files designed to help you quickly create your administrative procedures binder.

The Administrative Procedures Template Starter Set is delivered in a downloadable Zip File (*.zip).

Introductory Offer – $17

Starting your procedures can seem overwhelming for some admins. We’re committed to offering resources like this starter pack to make it easier. This introductory offer is only available for a limited time, so act now and get a jump start on creating your procedures binder!

Read what others are saying …

The best thing I’ve done for myself is to put a bunch of copies of the procedures template next to my keyboard. I have time scheduled in the morning to work on my administrative procedures binder. But really, as I think of things, I jot them down on the template sheets and at some point I’ll etch out time to type them into a cohesive document. It will be hugely helpful for me to have this. I plan to show my managers my procedures binder and my professional portfolio prior to my performance review. This way they will have some idea of the amount of stuff I actually do. I’m so glad I’ve taken your classes at the IAAP EFAM
conference the past two years. I may be a bit delayed in getting things moving, but I’m on a roll now!

Brenda Monahan

Executive assistant, Software marketing industry, Concord, Massachusetts

Like many of you, I had this project to-do for some time now. It was an objective I set for my performance evaluation to track my tasks, and update the binder that was left to me when I joined the team. I had a great starting point, and I had some procedures scattered here and there. But I never felt like I could take the time to pull it together. The 5 day challenge gave me that extra push to do this. I was able to focus on the tasks I tracked. And I was able to organize my procedures, and get the binder filled and updated. It’s a work in progress, though. I have scheduled a monthly review of my procedures – the last Friday of each month. I am looking forward to presenting the finished updated binder to my director and team.I had fun creating my binder cover, too.

Hélène S.

Administrative assistant, Ottawa, Ontario

Before participating in the 5 Day Challenge, I knew I had to update my admin procedures, but I wasn’t sure where or how to start. And since I am the only admin in this office, I didn’t see a need to get it done. I thought, ‘Why write anything down? I’m always here, and I know what I’m supposed to be doing.’

After participating in the 5 Day Challenge, I realized just how important it is to have a procedures binder in place because I am the only admin in this office. Folks need to know what to do when I’m on vacation, out sick, or leave this position.

Lori B.

Sr. Administrative assistant, Redmond, Washington