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Executive Assistance - Role & Capability

Centre for Leadership and Management

Wednesday, 27 March 2013 from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm (AEDT)

Executive Assistance - Role & Capability

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The work of Executive or Personal Assistants is diverse and challenging. The role includes administration of sometimes very technical organisational systems, project management and practical support together with relationship building and problem solving across the organisation. The role also requires more personal capabilities: clear communication, tact, skilled ‘customer service’ and exceptional self management.

 

Staff in these roles also frequently find themselves in situations where they do not have the formal authority for decision-making but carrying some shared responsibility for outcomes.

 

This program clearly defines the EA/PA role and identifies personal capability, skills and work preferences, and how EAs & PAs can manage the centrally important relationship with their Executive or Senior Manager.

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Melbourne



Wednesday, 27 March 2013 from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm (AEDT)


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Centre for Leadership and Management

The Centre for Leadership and Management (CLM) specialises in delivering management consultancy, coaching, training, and development programs within the public sector. Our clients include State and Commonwealth Public Sector Departments, Instrumentalities and Commissions, Local Government, health care providers and not-for-profit organisations. With over two hundred consultancy projects each year, we have a proven track record in delivering results.

CLM offers short courses, in-house training, and management consulting and aim to contribute to 'net community benefit', societal well being, workplace equity, community benefit and individual development. We achieve this through demonstrating consistency in values, content, presentation and client engagement and through engaging in work that we are genuinely passionate about.

At CLM we practice what we preach through demonstrating expert knowledge, understanding workplace dynamics, enacting clear ethics, and by building ethical relationships and practice.

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