The Ultimate Admin

The Ultimate Administrative Professional

If you like the book, you’ll love the training.

Essential management skills for administrative excellence

Where Can your Administrative Excellence Take You?

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Just because you don’t have the title “Manager” in front of your name doesn’t mean that you’re not using executive-worthy managerial skills in your position—or that having strong managerial skills isn’t a benefit to your boss and your team.

In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics states on its web site that more than ever before, admins are now assuming responsibilities that were once reserved for managerial staff.

Few office positions prepare you for upward mobility in your organization or let you show off your skills and talents like an administrative position does—if you do it right.

So how do the very top administrative pros at the hottest companies get respect, recognition and results in today’s workplace—and how can you do it too?

Upgrade, reconfigure and reboot your career with ideas, phrases and practices that will turn you into the ultimate administrative professional at The Ultimate Administrative Professional Training Camp. Brush up on basics that can make or break a career—and develop the advanced skills that distinguish the ultimate administrative professionals from their less accomplished, stuck-in-a-rut colleagues.

Management Skills for the Ultimate Administrative Professional

Management means controlling or directing affairs. And guess what? Whether your job title or description has the word manager in it or not, “managing” is a huge part of your job. You manage your manager, you manage projects and you manage your own workload. Your effectiveness and value to your manager, teams and organization depend on your ability to manage it all well.

From Adequate to Ultimate
(Be Indispensable and Promotable)

Covey calls it interdependence. Jung calls it individuation. Abraham Maslow calls it self-actualization. Whatever you call it, to be the ultimate administrative professional, you have to stand in your own personal and professional power in ways that bring out the best from everyone around you.

Ultimate Admins do more than just “get the job done.” They aren’t just organized multi-taskers who “assist” with office tasks. Ultimate Admins are the office linchpins who help connect the dots and keep the office running “like butter.” Very few people have the same vantage point that you have—able to see how departments work together.

At the same time, few positions have the same level of risk that Ultimate Admins have. You communicate with everyone in the company, making communication skills and diplomacy vital to your career success.

Ultimate Admins are key players in any successful organization—the ones who know how to rise to each occasion, despite the twists, turns and curveballs a modern office throws at them. They have the vision and initiative to lead through uncertainty, know where the answers are, and the confidence to apply their expertise when urgent situations need them to act.

Does that sound like you? Does it sound like someone you could be and want to be?

That’s how—and why—Ultimate Admins advance while others struggle just to get by in today’s competitive business world.

And that’s why now there’s the Ultimate Admin Training Camp to help you reach your fullest potential as an administrative professional.

Ultimate Administrative Professional Training Camp

This dynamic training program is packed with practical “how-to” skills and advice you can apply immediately to your job and your career. And every practical tool comes with leadership empowerment tools, so that you can be an Ultimate Admin who gets respect, recognition and results.

Join acclaimed author, speaker and trainer Meryl Runion, author of Perfect Phrases for Office Professionals, for The Ultimate Administrative Professional Training Camp. This comprehensive two-day training camp actually teaches you Meryl’s signature Ultimate Admin Proficiency Process for taking action and becoming the Ultimate Admin that you want to be—and that your office needs.

Do you want everyone around you to see you as more than just the “administrative assistant”? Do you want to know what to say and what to do in nearly every situation in your office?

Meryl’s 11 Ultimate Admin Proficiencies give you an 11-point action plan and checklist for daily successes in your administrative professional career, such as:

  • Establishing your place on your team
  • Leading and managing your manager (or managers)
  • Managing multiple managers and internal customers
  • Communication for every situation—and every person
  • Dealing with uncomfortable and unethical behavior
  • Being the office innovator

You’ll walk out knowing what to do AND say to take your career to the next level. Plus, there will be plenty of time for best practice sharing and the thinking that’s behind best practices, so that you are empowered to get up-to-date and stay up-to-date in all aspects of administrative excellence.

Capitalize on your position, your role, and your talents by upgrading your skills at The Ultimate Administrative Professional Training Camp. Reserve your own spot today!

Who will benefit:

  • Administrative assistants
  • Executive assistants
  • Office professionals
  • Secretaries
  • Support staff
  • Office managers
  • Office team members

Learning Objectives:

  • Be an Ultimate Admin
  • Develop the qualities of administrative excellence
  • Be the linchpin of your teams and organization
  • Manage your manager, your colleagues and your workday
  • Get more done with less—faster
  • Enjoy your job more than ever before
  • Manage the seemingly unmanageable
  • Stay current to meet the demands of your profession

Don’t waste time learning the ‘tricks of the trade’. Instead, learn the trade.  ~James Charlton


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