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Executive Assistants and Administrative Professionals have emerged as strategic business partners for their executives. Three successful top assistants share how to create strong partnerships that set you and your boss up for success.
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Powerful Assistant and Executive partnerships are easily recognized. They depend on each other to achieve a common purpose and contribute to each other’s accomplishments. What steps were taken to create the trust and respect displayed in their behavior? How did they become confident in one another’s abilities? Join Peggy as she shares personal stories and experience from her successful career, in which she’s formed many strong partnerships with her Executive(s).
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When you’re used to serving from behind, it can be hard to step into the light. Whether you’re a new supervisor or tasked with wrangling a team you don’t supervise, you’ll want to spend time honing your influencing and leadership skills with this package.
Do you want to go beyond just supporting your team? Being accepted as a leader, influencing your peers without formal authority, building trust and credibility with your boss are all critical to getting results as a team. How can you identify what motivates you to perform to your best and highest? Support your team and lead your team by confronting the fears that hold you back.
In this dynamic, live webinar, get valuable tips and insights and build the skills you need to perform as a leader, advisor, and mentor. Popular APC and EA Summit trainer Peggy Vasquez will walk you through the differences between each role and how to do each successfully. She will show you how to give and receive feedback, develop your team members, and identify and grow your successor so that you can move on to your next career-building challenge.
We’ve talked to thousands of administrative professionals whose number one concern is how to get their ideas heard and implemented. It isn’t about having positional power; it’s about presenting your ideas in such a way that others