Time Management Strategies, Career Path Development Among Agenda Topics at Executive Leadership Support Forum
(Chicago) – Executive administrative assistants from around Chicagoland and surrounding areas are invited to participate in in-depth discussions on the most top-of-mind issues and challenges facing them today at the Chicago Executive Leadership Support Forum, January 20-21, 2016. The meeting is open to executive assistants of all industries, and will offer exclusive insight from some of the most influential executive support professionals in the space.
The two-day forum includes a wide array of session topics, panel discussions, and peer-to-peer workshops on topics such as becoming a strategic business partner, balancing time and priorities, effective communication strategies, and maintaining high levels of work ethic to reach personal and professional goals. Distinguished presenters will share insights from both large and small companies, including Julie Kavanaugh, assistant to international entrepreneur and New York Timesbestselling author Craig Bouchard; Shawn Liefer of Hyatt Hotels Corporation; Ike Saunders, executive assistant to Christopher G. Kennedy, who is Chairman of Joseph P. Kennedy Enterprises, Inc.; and Bonnie Low-Kramen, Founder of Ultimate Assistant LLC.
Conference delegates will have the unique opportunity to network with fellow executive assistants from the region through breakout sessions and small group discussion. Delegates are encouraged to share ideas during networking breaks and a built-in workshop on handling the unexpected and maintaining grace under pressure.
Plans are underway for other regional 2016 Executive Leadership Support Forums in a variety of cities including Atlanta, San Francisco, and Boston.
For more information on the Chicago Executive Leadership Support Forum, please visit www.q1productions.com/execsupportchicago or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow the conference on Twitter @Q1productions, #Q1ELSchi.