This course will equip any executive or personal assistant with the competence needed to excel on the job. It will give you an in-depth understanding of the principles and best practices of successful senior administrators. It will also increase your impact and visibility at the office and it will enable you to derive several action plans for taking on more challenges and raising your career up a notch. Participants on this course usually are experienced senior assistants of GMs, CEOs and VIPs. Hence, you will have the opportunity to exchange experiences and discuss the challenges facing you.
You will come up with key strategies for broadening your role and expanding yourself to go beyond expectations. You will also develop a professional approach for optimizing your relationship with your manager and building excellent relationships with all stakeholders at the workplace. You will be able to construct professional e-mails which will reflect a professional image of your department and company. This course will also give you vital insights on ways to increase your tolerance to stress and be in control of your time. Organizing professional meetings, including writing effective agendas and minutes of meetings, is also an important element of this course. The last segment of this course provides the know-how of professional dealing with visitors, internal and external customers and how to make your department and company more customer friendly.
This highly engaging course uses a combination of individual inputs and group workshops which will enable participants to share their experiences in a professional and safe environment. Being packed with real life challenges, it will also enable participants to test their learning and retain all the skills obtained. Moreover, it will equip participants with several realistic action plans which can be immediately implemented at the workplace. Most importantly, this course will change the way participants view their current situation by challenging their existing beliefs and putting them to the test.
Executive and personal secretaries, personal assistants, senior clerks, senior administrators and others with the potential to become office managers.