Time Management Practices, New Technology Among Discussion Topics at Executive Leadership Support Forum


(Chicago) – Executive assistants from Greater Seattle and the surrounding area will now have the opportunity to discuss some of the biggest challenges and solutions they are currently facing during the Seattle Executive Leadership Support Forum, September 15-16, 2016.  The forum is open to executive assistants of all industries and will offer insights and perspectives from some of the most influential Executive Assistants in the area.


Conference delegates can expect a variety of topics to be addressed, including strategies for time management and prioritization, effective communication skills, building mutually beneficial relationships, and much more.  Nearly two dozen Executive Assistants from across Greater Seattle will be on hand to lead sessions, panels, and case studies, including John Shaw of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Sabina Bischin of the Seattle Space Needle, and Adrienne Maclain of Playfab and the Executive Assistants Organization.


“This conference is a great way to network and share job related information and strategies used by other Executive Assistants in different fields,” said Bischin.  “I find that success is feeling appreciated, valued and acknowledged by your executives and their peers.”


Through group discussions and networking, conference delegates will be given the unique opportunity to discuss some of the most top-of-mind issues they deal with as a Seattle-area Executive Assistant.  Delegates are encouraged to share ideas during networking breaks and a built-in workshop on handling the unexpected and maintaining grace under pressure.


For more information on the Seattle Executive Leadership Support Forum, please visit www.q1productions.com/seattleexecsupport.  Also follow the conference on Twitter @Q1Productions, #Q1ELSSea.


Plans are underway for other regional 2016 Executive Leadership Support Forums in a variety of cities.  Please stay tuned for further details.