Administrative professionals who want to discover their brilliance know that taking a regular inventory of personal skills, behaviors, attitudes and goals is paramount to success in the career. Exercising the tools used in the strategic planning process can increase your contributions, build partnerships, improve productivity, and prevent complacency. Assistants who understand and execute the strategic planning process from a personal perspective will have the advantage. Take inventory of your personal strengths to determine your key success factors.
In this webinar you learn how to:
- See how to utilize a personal SWOT analysis that will build your brand and professional presence.
- Discover the 5-15 Report and how it can help increase efficiency and prepare you for performance evaluations.
- Introduce yourself to the Start, Stop and Continue exercise.
- Learn the high level administrative skill of exercising quiet confidence.
Bonus Handout: Forewarned is Forearmed! Tips to Discover Your Executive’s Style
Hot Tip: Know how to have a “stop doing” list instead of a “to do” list. Jim Collins said, “Most of us have busy but undisciplined lives. We have ever expanding ‘to do’ lists, trying to build momentum by doing, doing, doing. It rarely works. Those who develop greatness made as much use of ‘stop doing’ lists as the ‘to do’ lists.” What can you put on YOUR “stop doing” list?
About Lisa Olsen: Lisa Olsen is an enthusiastic and sought after international speaker, with an engaging, educational and motivational presentation style. Lisa advocates continuous learning and encourages administrative professionals to expand their potential, take initiative and practice being “relationship engineers.” As the co-owner of Admin to Admin, her successful career as a senior executive assistant spans over 20 years. Currently, she is the Executive Coordinator at Dignity Health for the Sacramento Region. She leads an administrative team of five and serves as the Board Coordinator for the Sacramento Hospital Community Board. Her first book, When Work Becomes You, It’s All About the Fit, was published in 2007.