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The Shift from Administrative Team Member to Administrative Leader

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Our role as administrative professionals has dramatically shifted from a limited, structured role to a fluid, high level one that supports multiple global leaders and teams. Leading teams, managing projects and events, and advancing our leader’s vision are now vital responsibilities.

To that end, we must function as executive partners and members of the leader’s team who seamlessly coordinate team activities, serve as liaison between leaders and teams and communicate effectively at all levels. In this program, Sandy identifies the mindsets and behaviors that establish credibility and lay the foundation for success as we move from reactive administrative team member to proactive administrative leader.

After this program, attendees will:

  • Know the critical mindsets they must adopt and portray as leaders
  • Understand which behaviors unintentionally de-motivate team members, and avoid them
  • Utilize tools and templates to help them use their proactive and critical thinking skills to support leaders at higher levels
  • Recognize how to earn their place at the executive “table”

Bonus Handout: 5 Mindsets and Habits of Successful Administrative Leaders

Hot Tip: If you want to earn a place at the executive table, plant the seeds for leaders to think that way. Don’t assume they will just recognize your leadership duties and abilities. There are subtle ways to reinforce the executive actions you take on their behalf and how all parties benefit.

About Sandy Geroux, M.S.: Professional speaker, trainer and author Sandy Geroux has more than 18 years of administrative experience. She now helps others create the WOW factor, become more effective and efficient, and achieve their personal and professional dreams. Since 2000, she has conducted over 100 keynotes, training programs and workshops for more than 13,000 administrative professionals in 41 countries. Her columns and articles appear in many administrative publications. Visit her website (thewowplace.com), its blog, or email her to discuss an educational and entertaining presentation for your administrative staff.

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