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Time: October 9, 2019 from 1pm to 2:30pm
Location: Online Event
Street: Ijona Skills,364 E Main Street, Suite 1009
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Event Type: webinar
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Latest Activity: Oct 4
Topic : Things Assistants Do That Executives Appreciate
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"What are you paid to do?" is a question that we all get from time to time. Most people answer it by describing the functions they perform. But the job is much greater and more important than that. Here's a description of what executives from hundreds of industries and professions around the world have shown that they want and appreciate.
Areas Covered in the Session:
How to Think like an Executive?
What they say vs what they really want? same or different?
How to anticipate the needs of the person you support?
Managing Stress as an Executive Assistant: Getting Out Of Overwhelm
How to read a person's work patterns and preferred style?
Learn how they want information and when?
Read the personality patterns that show you when to speak more and when not to.
Handling difficult "customers" and callers.
Taking time to make sure you are taking care of You.
Speaker Profile :
Jim Cathcart is Keynote speaker at Ijona Skills, he is one of the world's leading professional speakers. He's also the man who popularized the concept of "Relationship Selling". In fact, he wrote the first and the most successful book on the subject. Relationship Selling, originally written in 1985, has been audio recorded, video recorded, rewritten, translated, and published around the world. Thousands of organizations have used it as the basis of their business training. Its concept is simple yet profound, "Relationships should be treated as Assets!" This causes many business practices to be improved so that connections are strengthened, and profitability is tracked continually.
Contact Info :
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