[Guest Blog Submitted by Nancy Fraze, Chevron] Enjoy this guest blog submitted by Nancy Fraze and learn why Nancy thinks that the 20th Annual Conference for Administrative Excellence is “the one” event for Administrative and Executive Assistants to attend this year. If you can attend a conference or learning event this year, make this the one!
The Office Dynamics International conference is top notch. I really enjoy the depth and breadth of knowledge and training they present. And I don’t feel lost in the crowd by an impersonal staff, either. Everyone is so friendly and helpful! They really go the second mile to make the conference memorable and fun.
ODI (Office Dynamics International) and Joan Burge keep their attention on the pulse of the administrative profession – they know the trends and fluctuations happening in the career path. They show you which steps to take to make this a career of choice. They are passionate about administration and how we can become better at handling more responsibility and attain more fulfillment in doing so.
ODI believes success happens by captivating the mind and igniting a spark in the heart of every executive assistant and administrator.
Why would I recommend this conference?
I’m not overwhelmed by “almost applicable” subject material that just isn’t pertinent to my career. Instead, at ODI’s conference, the agenda, break-out sessions, workbook and key note speakers each present detailed steps and new-trends material that helps me be my best at work, beginning my first day back following conference.
I appreciate that ODI “gets” the investment companies make to send their assistants to training. This conference may be in Vegas but it’s no junket. Structured learning sessions, behavior modification, business needs, bottom line and big-picture thinking are the order of the day!
I have become a better administrator following each ODI conference. I have grown in layers, maturing differently each time I’ve gone there. I come away with pages of notes, ideas, concepts, resources, friends, mentors, and course material which has sharpened my skillset and honed my abilities.Plus, the break out sessions are on important topics that add in those business necessities which are so critical to a well-rounded employee. Sessions feature subject material like finance & budgeting; new tech & social media; savvy gate keeping for a busy executive; project management; attitude adjustment and more.
This conference is “the one” to attend.
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Guest Blog by Nancy Fraze, Executive Assistant, Chevron