Consider this a bouquet of thanks, please, to all who were part of Executive Secretary LIVE London. My appreciation also extends to readers in offices and homes all around the globe, for your patience while I’m out of country and not posting articles at my usual pace.
I was pleased to be part of the impressive roster of speakers you see above: Kemetia Foley, Colette Carlson, Dinah Liversidge, Lucy Brazier, yours truly, Chrissy Scivicque, Andrea Macarie, Cynthia Thomsen, EA to Microsoft’s CEO, Ayanna Castro, Rose Marie Terenzio, Marie Herman, Geoff Richards and Vickie Sokol-Evans.
For yours truly, it was a particular treat to meet up with readers from around the globe – and that also occurred when a number of us preceded the conference by joining in a networking event hosted by London’s Network PS SW1. The SW1 PAs contribute to the success of some significant organisations and businesses in the SW1 area of London, and the Network collaborated with the New Zealand High Commission and others in coordinating an impressive event.
I know I’m in good company in having gained insights I can take back to my office, while also forging new friendships and deepening existing ones through participation in Executive Secretary LIVE.
I’m still in travel mode and will be presenting next week to the Scottish PA Network, so am trying to respond in a timely manner to all who have contacted me post-conference. To each person who approached me at the conference, or has written after the fact, thank you for your feedback on my presentation on cybersecurity for assistants – and know that it’s gratifying to see you taking your knowledge back to your respective offices!