16 - 18 April, 2012, Old Parliament House, Canberra, ACT
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Steps to Success: A Guide for Executive Assistants and Personal Assistants
As an Executive or Personal Assistant, you are at the forefront of your organisation, providing support in the face of changing demands and expectations. To excel in
your role and to reach your career potential, targeted learning and networking with your peers and other key professionals are of utmost importance.
This presentation features insights from key speakers at the EAPA Public Sector Summit about how to get diary management right, strategies to achieve a healthy work/life balance, how to realise your potential and strengths and more.
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Preparing for the Unexpected: How to Effectively Manage Change - by Kobi Halbert, Executive Assistant to CEO, Andrew Brien, City of Bunbury WA.
Whether the organisation is going through a restructure or a change in management, EAs are often the ones who feel these changes directly. This presentation made by Kobi Halbert at the 2011 Gold Coast EAPA Summit explores:
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Managing Increasing Workloads to Achieve Performance Excellence - by Imogen Gambale, EA to The Hon Tanya Plibersek MP, Minister for Human Services and Minister for Social Inclusion, Department of Human Services.
The demands and expectations of an Executive Assistant can be overwhelming. Developing effective strategies can help you manage your daily workload. This presentation made by Imogen Gamble at the July 2011 EAPA Summit explores:
The Evolving Role of an EA/PA: An In-depth Look at the Development of the Role - by Tracy Caine, Executive Assistant to Liza Carroll, Deputy Secretary, Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs.
The role of an EA has evolved to encompass different roles and match changing expectations. This presentation made by Tracey Caine at the July 2011 EAPA Summit explores:
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