High Level Executive Assistant Seeks Networking Association

Office Dynamics

I have also looked into AEAP, which by all accounts, appears to be a great organization. Try to attend training courses that are offered for executive admin as much as you can (even if it is just one time a year and you travel to another city for it). You can go with the purpose of learning what they offer in the program and to network with others. If training/travel aren’t an option it may be a goal to strive for as a reward for a job well done.

High Level Executive Assistant Seeks Networking Association

Office Dynamics

I have also looked into AEAP, which by all accounts, appears to be a great organization. Try to attend training courses that are offered for executive admin as much as you can (even if it is just one time a year and you travel to another city for it). You can go with the purpose of learning what they offer in the program and to network with others. If training/travel aren’t an option it may be a goal to strive for as a reward for a job well done.

The Good, Better, Best of Professional Development for Admins

Jen Lawrence

”) and the on-site training seminars. This piqued my interest as he outlined how cross-training helped boost employee morale and retention. So you may be thinking, “Does offering training really counterbalance a less than stellar salary?” to a few thousand dollars (still far less than most development and training for other professionals). Association of Executive and Administrative Professionals (AEAP). All Things Admin Training Center.

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