Call me a Professional not a Superhero
Shelagh Donnelly, Speaker, Trainer and Writer |Founder of Exceptional EA
About the Speaker
Welcome back Shelagh who joins us from Vancouver, Canada after a whirlwind trip.
Shelagh is authentic, pragmatic and positive, and she delivers quality professional development to assistants around the globe. When you hear Shelagh speak, you know she understands the career. That’s because she walked the walk for almost three decades.
Shelagh’s been a direct report to four CEOs and accountable to four board chairs. She co-founded two internal networks and chaired a national board of directors. Shelagh launched her globally read Exceptional EA website in 2013 and writes for other publications. She wrapped up her office career in 2018, after a decade in governance. Shelagh's client list includes professional associations, government, healthcare, higher education and governance bodies, and corporations such as the NBA.
Shelagh Donnelly will explain why it’s time for administrative professionals to put away the superhero capes and connotations.
Key learning points
1. We are vulnerable.
2. How does it end for superheroes.
3. Patronising or compensating.
4. Professional Attributes
5. A professional definition.
AIOP has partnered with to bring you this webinar.
Closing date: 4 September.
Cost: Members: Free, Non-Members: $24.95
10AM (WA), 11.30AM (SA, NT)
12NOON (QLD, ACT, NSW, VIC, TAS)
Can't find what you are looking for?Search here ...
Australian Institute of Office Professionals (AIOP) ABN 68 004 992 527
POST: PO Box 548, South Perth WA 6951