Adapting to new norms in this pandexit era
As assistants and employers rebuild – remotely or otherwise – on the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to focus on professional development that reflects new norms and needs.
Since employers are pivoting to adapt to the evolving workplace, it’s also critical that you make effective use of resources. Whether you’re planning webinar, conference or onsite professional development, you have important decisions to make – and I’m here to meet your training needs. I provide not only stellar training and inspiration, but also the practical information and resources you need as we work together.
Having spent much of my career as an executive assistant, I respect and understand my audiences. I’ve walked their walk in addition to having been a corporate trainer, and we connect with one another.
Meetings, minutes and organisational skills
Business writing, assertiveness, negotiating, and emotional and cultural intelligence
Productivity, effectiveness, mitigating cybersecurity risks and lessons from 2020
Adding value: project management, risk management and onboarding
Networking, resilience and your profile; differentiating yourself on LinkedIn
Governance: understanding the board’s role, and supporting a board
Some resources for you
- Shelagh’s bio – Shelagh Donnelly bio
- Shelagh’s presentations – click here for abstracts
- Shelagh’s clients – click here for a list
- What assistants and clients have to say – click here
- Shelagh’s calendar – click here
- Contact Shelagh to discuss training needs – click here
Shelagh delivers these presentations in person and via live webinars, which come with a downloadable handout, certificate of attendance and access to a 30-day recording
I make time to understand your needs. You can expect me to ask questions about goals, expectations, and challenges to be overcome. I’ll listen, and draw on my extensive experience and engage in research to customize a presentation to your specific needs.
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Shall we talk?
Feel free to drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org – or click here to let me know what you’re looking for.