The best assistants are always learning, through experience and by engaging in professional development.
While plans for a number of conferences and other in-person learning opportunities have been postponed, that needn’t put a pause on your professional growth.
In fact, given the way 2020 continues to unfold, it may be more critical than ever to continue to connect, learn and adapt. I’ve been adapting as well, and am now offering a series of webinars focused on how to navigate and succeed during these pandexit times.
Register on my Eventbrite page
Have a look at my Eventbrite page to check out event abstracts for my upcoming live webinars and register for them. Here’s a look at just some of my upcoming events.
Group rates, with webinars tailored to your goals
If you’d like to secure a special date, time and group rate for your colleagues or professional association, we can do that. I’m already doing this, and it’s a smart, cost-effective way of keeping colleagues connected, engaged and developing even while working remotely.
Click here to send me an online request, or invite your HR colleague to drop an email to ExceptionalEAs@gmail.com.
I present on current best practices
I draw on extensive experience in the career and, just as importantly, on my own ongoing investments of time and resources in scanning and staying attuned to developments in cybersecurity, governance, and the business world.
I do so because what happens in these spheres impacts the way wise assistants will want to approach everything from digital practices to business acumen to how you add value to (and impact) your employer.
30-day post-event access to webinar recording
You’ll have access to a recording of the webinar for a 30-day period after the live event. This can come in handy if you’d like to review a concept, and if time zones or people throw your schedule for a loop the day of a webinar.
Certificates of attendance
After attending, you’ll receive a certificate of attendance to add to your portfolio and help track your professional development. Such records are also useful when preparing for performance reviews/evaluations.
Why pay for webinars when there are so many available without cost?
It’s astute to take advantage of complimentary webinars you may find helpful. I’ve delivered and attended some myself. There are limitations, though, on the depth of professional development that can be acquired without financial investment.
That’s why it’s also astute, given post-pandemic changes and challenges ahead, to invest in learning from someone who’s not only walked the walk for decades, but done so during times of upheaval and recession. Someone who knows what it’s like to be an on-call employee, and also knows what it’s like to report directly to CEOs and support board chairs.
Someone who is authtentic a recognised thought leader, and known for professionalism. Someone you trust to speak realistically about career challenges and opportunities, while retaining a sense of humour. Someone to whom you entrust the job of challenging and engaging you as you make your way forward in your career. This is where I come in.
Investments in quality and yourself
In other words, when you attend Shelagh’s webinars, you’re investing in quality and in yourself.
ExceptionalEAs@gmail.com. I can tailor and personalize presentations to suit specific goals and needs.
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Shall we talk?
Feel free to drop an email to email@example.com, or click here to let me know how I can help with your training needs.