Tim Jerome PMP, MBA is a Keynote Speaker at Ijona Skills. He is a thought leader, lecturer, and mentor on topics of Project Management, Business, and Leadership across the planet. Tim has held the PMP credential since 2003, a member of Project Management Institute (PMI) since 2001 and has led and supported projects globally for over 20 years. Areas of expertise include Data Center design, implementation and transition, IT technology transformation, Enterprise PC fleet management, and business decision making within finance, manufacturing, healthcare, and government industries. As business cons........
What is it like to be an Executive Assistant? Are you just a glorified admin, scheduling, communicating, and balancing for and because of the executive to whom you're assigned? Or is it more?
Executive Assistants today are called on to perform duties well beyond the administrative.
The Executive doesn't need someone to keep notes - they need someone to offload in order to keep focused and be able to do what an Executive does best. The Executive will steer the ship and keep the crew focused on the destination. The Executive Assistant ensures everything is in place for the Executive to perform that function. This webinar reviews the skills, education, preparation and experience you need to be an expert Executive Administrator.
Why should you attend?
Opportunities to move into an Executive Support position may seem beyond our dreams currently, but in times of great change, situations may change quickly. Through review, exercise, and experience in these skills as well as learning how to observe and analyze behaviors of Executives, you can learn how to create those opportunities.
- Plan your career and enhance your performance
- Use your existing abilities to adapt to anyone's work style
- Maximize your effectiveness and efficiency
- Make decisions more strategically
- Influence important decisions
Areas Covered in the Session:
Major challenges now a days executive assistants face:
- Planning and thinking strategically and critically to design your future.
- Anticipating the needs of your boss and the company
- Leadership, Management, Motivation and influence
- Decision-making, negotiation, Analysis
- Business Continuity
- Understanding work-style preferences to work with others productively
- Communicating successfully with anyone
- Organizing your work effectively and efficiently
- Calendar and email management
- Navigating different personalities
- Solving problems and making decisions with great precision
- Juggling competing priorities
- Meeting your goals with successful influence strategies
- Keeping track of everything in a large organisation
- Working remotely and providing cohesive communication with team
- English is your second language.
- Frustration in Communication
- Growing your career
Who can Benefit:
- Executive Assistants
- Administrative Assistant
- Newly promoted Executive Assistants
- Aspiring Executive Assistants
Join our private community Group on LinkedIn "Executive Assistant: Do's and Don't" exclusively for Executive Assistants. It's a community to connect, collaborate, and share advice on how to overcome the wide spectrum of challenges you face in your role. The Experts are here to help!