Nov 30- Dec 1, 2017
2nd Annual Benelux And DACH Executive Assistant Summit
Executive Assistants (EA) today are a new kind of employee, passionate, strong, and committed. This means perfecting the art of scheduling, timing, prioritizing, and productivity all in one.
EAs are well informed and organized to maintain flexibility while having a unique overview of the company, which commonly involves making critical decisions. The EA is trustworthy and bound to confidentiality for the safeguarding of highly sensitive information.
- Masterclass with Lucy Brazier: Communication – the assistants’ key to advancement.
- 3-hour training with the Master Instructor Bonnie Low-Kramen: Find your inner leader
- Brainstorming – everyday issues and how we deal with them
- Strategic thinking – Looking at the bigger picture and how to better support both your Executive’s and the businesses strategy with Kim Glover
- Techniques to manage the competing priorities of the evolving Assistant with Yorkshire PA of the Year 2017, Claire Barrett
- The Power of Workplace Choirs – increasing communication, breaking down barriers, relieving tension and engaging your workforce with Helen Rees
- Taking Control of Your Inbox – practical tips from the world’s best-selling author on managing your email
- Learn how to make your event a success with Sara Brown
- Tips from the Top – John Shaw, EA to the CEO at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Who should join EA’s Summit
Faculty Support & Administration
We would like to thank our speakers for beautiful cooperations and for helping us to make
this great event happen by sharing their knowledge and networking.
What EA’s are saying
“It was a great event and I enjoyed the presentations and presenters a lot. Good information for my work.”
Isabelle Rohrmann at ORANGE BUSINESS GERMANY GMBH
“Excellent organization, you took care of us. I understand that you believe in what you are doing”
Athina Anagnostopoulou at ATHENS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SA
“Really enjoyed roundtable discussions sharing best practices, good tips.”
Rachel Dijkstra at BLIZZARD ENTERTAINMENT INTERNATIONAL