It’s been a very exciting and productive “re-entry” week from vacation back into work for me. Thankfully, Monday night’s Success Builder Series webinar “9 Powerful Secrets of Productive Professionals” with Chrissy Scivicque was just in time to help me make this week super productive. I needed that because I’m headed out again for two back-to-back professional development conferences over the next two weeks which means more time away from the office. Dallas and Los Angeles, here I come!
I love to travel. It doesn’t matter much if it’s for business or for personal reasons. I love doing the travel planning and research for myself and others. I love putting the time and effort into helping others travel with as little hassle and headache as possible. I’ve heard from a lot of admins that travel planning is a topic they’d like some more help with as well. So, I’m very excited about the upcoming 3-part travel planning webinar series we will be offering after Thanksgiving where I’ll share some of my best practices, awesome templates, time saving resources, and overall strategies for being an effective travel planner for your executives. I encourage you to register now for VIP notification of this new course: http://allthingsadmin.com/atawp/vip-notification-list/ You’ll be among the first to know when the program opens so you can be sure to reserve a spo t – and even better – you’ll get $30 OFF the course when you register for the notification list now. Make sure to sign up today and lock in your spot to secure your discount!
As I prepare to make the most of my own professional development opportunities in the next couple of weeks, I came across a great article from one of my virtual mentors, Ali Brown, on “How to Get the Most Out of a Business Event.” Whether you work corporately or independently, the tips and strategies Ali shares will help you be better prepared for your next professional development opportunity. Her tips will help you better prepare your executive for their next business event as well.
Supporting your administrative success,
P.S. If you haven’t checked out the All Things Admin Facebook Page and my tweet-stream this week, I’m sharing tips on providing “value-added” administrative support. Chime in with your own tips and join in the conversation! (And be sure to “LIKE” us while you’re there.)