Public Sector Executive Assistant & Personal Assistant 2007 (Public sector EA/ PA)

Venue: Saville Park Suites

Location: Canberra, ACT, Australia

Event Date/Time: Feb 26, 2007 End Date/Time: Feb 27, 2007
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Public Sector
Executive Assistant & Personal Assistant 2007

Conference: 26-27 February 2007
Post Conference Workshops: 28 February 2007

Changing management styles, faster turnaround and increasing responsibilities… do these sound familiar to you? Do you need to be an expert at everything and manage a plethora of people, tasks and office requirements? Executive Assistants and Personal Assistants are vital contributors to executive and management teams in the evolving 21st century office. A more complex and crowded business environment has forced many executives to delegate higher levels work to their assistants and EA/PAs are now considered to be the right hand of senior executives and organisational heads.

This not to be missed event will give public sector executive assistants, personal assistants and other office professionals the opportunity to gain a whole range of practical take away skills to ensure success within today’s ever changing business environment.

Acclaimed speakers and international keynotes involved in this event include:

• Robyn Cook, EA to the Australian Ambassador in Jakarta and recipient of the 2005 EA of the Year Award
• Patricia Kriel, EA to CEO, Adelaide City Council
• Catherine Middleton, Senior Administrator, PIRSA
• Jan Knox, Business Executive Officer, Professional Development Unit, Charles Sturt University
• Helena Kallista, Executive & Research Assistant, Department of Sustainability & Environment, Victoria
• Michele Smith, PA to the Commissioner of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC)
• Judy Mack, EA to Peter Hendy, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
• Beth Noone, EA to Chair, State Services Authority, Victoria
• Jean Duff, EA for Development & Strategy Directorate, Department of Culture & the Arts
• Gayna Edward, EA, Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts
• Laura Woodall, EA for the Office of the Hon Julie Bishop MP

Don’t miss the exclusive interactive sessions that will enhance your networking skills. And for more in-depth training in building relationships and methods to achieve job satisfaction and personal development attend our post conference workshops on 28 February 2007.


Additional Information

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