4th Annual Global Executive Assistant Summit
08-09

June 2017

Italy

Rome

Radisson Blu es. Hotel

Via Filippo Turati, 171, 00185

About Summit

Executive assistants today are a new kind of employee, passionate, strong and committed. This means perfecting the art of scheduling, timing, prioritising and productivity all in one. EAs are well informed and organised to maintain flexibility while having a unique overview of the company which commonly involves making critical decisions. The EA is trustworthy and bound to confidentiality for the safeguarding of highly sensitive information. While performing many different individual tasks the EA must also be able to work alongside a team to m...

Executive assistants today are a new kind of employee, passionate, strong and committed. This means perfecting the art of scheduling, timing, prioritising and productivity all in one. EAs are well informed and organised to maintain flexibility while having a unique overview of the company which commonly involves making critical decisions. The EA is trustworthy and bound to confidentiality for the safeguarding of highly sensitive information. While performing many different individual tasks the EA must also be able to work alongside a team to meet their objectives, making the EA a paramount cross-functional asset to the company, requiring the highest standard in multi-tasking and efficiency. As our Chairman, Lucy Brazier, once said – this isn’t a job anymore, it is a profession, it is a career! THE 4th ANNUAL GLOBAL EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT SUMMIT is a brilliant networking opportunity for Executive Assistants from all over Europe. We have gathered together world-renowned professionals to mentor you with insights into their day-to-day routines, as well as giving you hands-on tips on making your work faster and more efficient. With the help of our speakers you will learn how to understand and behave with different types of personalities, how to overcome stress and become resilient. You will learn what a Personal Brand is and how to make yourself ‘visible’ in the digital age. Our trainers will provide you with valuable strategies and techniques to enhance the effectiveness of your executive support functions. You will see your profession through the eyes of your Executive, learn the latest must-have skills for your further career development. After three successful Global Executive Assistant Summits that took place in Cannes, October 2014; Paris, May 2015; Lisbon, June 2016, and regional events in Stockholm, December 2016 and in Berlin, December 2016, we have decided to host the 4th Annual Global event in Rome – the timeless city, capital of Italy and cradle of knowledge and culture. The city is a real-life collage of piazzas, open-air markets, and astonishing historic sites. Toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain, contemplate the Colosseum and the Pantheon, and sample a perfect espresso or gelato. Enjoy some of the most memorable meals of your life, from fresh pasta to succulent fried artichokes to a tender oxtail stew. Join us for the two-day adventure, full of highly-relevant topics, hands-on tips and training from world-renowned professionals. We are always happy to meet new attendees and greet old friends!

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Who Should Attend

Executive support professionals, including:

  • Executive Assistants
  • Executive Support
  • Executive Coordinators
  • Business Support
  • Administrative Managers
  • Personal Assistants
  • Faculty Support & Administration
  • Executive Officers
  • Administrative Assistants
Key Practical Learning Points of the Summit

Identifying stress symptoms and how to deal with them
How becoming assertive can help your health and career
Insights into resilience as a mechanism to excel
Tips from the best: your professional development and career pathway
How to create your personal and professional brand
Becoming a role model and leading others
Managing an executive who is never in the office
How to arrange your executives' travel
The executive's relationship with their assistant ̶ what are the key characteristics a top CEO looks for in an assistant?
Understanding the different ways we communicate, with the world-renowned trainer Heather Baker
Working for a very high-profile individual – Need-to-know lessons from Libby Moore, former Chief of Staff to Oprah Winfrey
Speakers
Lucy Brazier

CEO | International Speaker Conference Chair Expert on the Administrative Sector

Marcham Publishing. Publisher of Executive Secretary Magazine

Heather Baker

Director

Baker Thompson Associates

Eth Lloyd

Workplace Assessor

Enderby Associates Ltd, AAPNZ

Libby Moore

Coach | Speaker | Adventurer Former Chief of Staff to Oprah Winfrey

Libby Moore Consulting

Sue France

Trainer, Coach, Author. Qualified Learning & Development Practitioner | NLP Master Practitioner | Certified TetraMap facilitator

Sue France Training

Vania Alessi

Sales, Marketing, Social & Digital PR Co-founder

Secretary.it

Daniela Fasano

Executive Assistant to President with Responsibility for Region Italy/Greece

Robert Bosch S.p.A.

Lizzie Jean-Nandjui

Executive Assistant to the Senior Vice President Chief Transformation Officer

Sanofi

Matthew Want

PA to Lucy Brazier CEO

Marcham Publishing

RoseMarie Terenzio

Founder & CEO RMT PR Management

Former Chief of Staff to John F. Kennedy, Jr.

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