Administrative Professionals Day 2016
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Room 605, Fowler Family Southside Center
Too often people believe that leadership is something magical that only a few people can possess and they deny their own leadership capabilities. Leadership isn't reserved for the individual at the top of the organization, or for someone born to it. Leadership is not a title or a position.
Leadership is an attitude, a mindset and a way of influencing others. In today's workplace, managers expect administrative professionals to possess many skills beyond computer savvy, a knack for organization and good teamwork. Among those skills are sound leadership abilities.
As leaders, administrative professionals cope with change, tolerate chaos and inspire those around them to achieve their best and yet far too often these same people fail to recognize the power and influence they have as leaders.
Join us and explore how you can discover the leader in you.
Luncheon and gifts are included. Not familiar with our Southside location? Click here for directions and a map of the Fowler Family Southside Center. The deadline for registration is April 13, 2016. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-332-8678.