Upcoming Engagements

Here’s a look at some recent engagements. If you’re planning an event or onsite professional development for your assistants, click here to see information for event planners, and click here to discuss your goals with Shelagh.


IAAP Summit 2019

July  18 – 21 in National Harbor, Maryland, USA

International Association of Administrative Professionals – about IAAP and IAAP Summit

EPAA Fellow Training Days: Elevating the Role of the EA

England and Scotland – London (May 10), Edinburgh (May 13), Manchester (May 14), Leicester (May 16) and Southampton (May 17).  Click here to learn more or register for one of these five events.




APC USA: 26th Annual Administrative Professionals Conference

September 30 – October 3/18 in Kissimmee, Florida;  click here to learn more, or to register


ELS: Executive Leadership Support Forum

July 18 – 19/18 in Vancouver, Canada;  click here to learn more, or to register

apc Canada: 19th Annual Administrative Professionals Conference  

April 22 – 25/18 in Toronto, Canada;  click here to learn more, or to register

Scottish PA Network

March 28/18 in Edinburgh, Scotland; click here for the Scottish PA Network’s website and here to register



Executive Secretary LIVE

March 16 – 17/18 in London, England;  click here to learn more, or to register




Administrators’ Community of Practice (ACP)

March 20 in New Westminster, Canada


CICan / CICan:GPOP (Governance and President’s Office Professionals)

April 30 in Ottawa, Canada

About CICan and GPOP


IAAP (International Association of Administrative Professionals) Summit 2017

July 23 and 24 in New Orleans, USA

About IAAP and IAAP Summit


Webathon for Vickie Sokol Evans

September 23 and 24, online

About the Webathon


EPAA (Executive & Personal Assistants Association) and Adam Fidler Academy

September 29 in London, England: EPAA Certified Professional Development Seminar

About EPAA

About Adam Fidler Academy

September 27 in Manchester, England:  Keynote Speaker, Executive EA & PA Training Day

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