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HR's Secret Weapon to Succeed in Re-Entry: The Executive Assistants

Wednesday,
June 3, 2020
Time:
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Duration:
60 Minutes
Webinar Id:
703079
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Overview:

Let's be honest. After all, if there is any time to not pull any punches, it is right now. For a long time, the relationship between HR and executive assistants has ranged from cordial and cooperative to out-and-out contentious.

Bonnie Low-Kramen knows this from her work training assistants in 14 countries and 38 states. As we begin looking for solutions for reentering our workplace safely and productively, it seems that everything is up for discussion and reexamination.

The administrative staff and the executive assistants can be HR's secret weapon when it comes to finding workable, realistic solutions. This is what they do. They know how to respond to sudden change and to think out of the box. No more them vs. us. Historically, the admin staff has not been looked to as a resource for HR issues but frankly, they are a rich source of valuable information.

One of many examples regards job descriptions. We know that in the aftermath of the pandemic, that many job descriptions will have changed radically. Who better to revise those job descriptions that the assistants themselves? This group of people is already on payroll and they are highly motivated stakeholders in the success of the company.

Bonnie Low-Kramen explores all the ways executive assistants can be one of the strongest allies for HR. There is too much at stake and too much to accomplish in a short period of time to not fully leverage the administrative staff. Bonnie Low-Kramen shows you how.

Why should you Attend: In the wake of the COVID-19 tsunami-like crisis, it is no surprise if you are feeling overwhelmed by the enormity of the tasks in front of you as the world plans for reentry. Bonnie Low-Kramen understands.

Bonnie trains the world's executive assistants and she wants to help HR professionals see the ways this group of people can be an invaluable resource for solutions.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • How to tap into the EA staff to explore ideas and solutions for reentry
  • What areas the EA staff are uniquely suited to address
  • How the EA's natural strengths as resourceful, creative problem solvers can be leaders and HR's secret weapon
  • Why EAs may not have come forward in the past and what is different now

Who Will Benefit:
  • HR Director
  • HR Associates
  • Company Managers
Instructor:

For 25 years, Bonnie Low-Kramen worked as the Personal Assistant to Oscar winner Olympia Dukakis and now travels the world educating, empowering, and inspiring. In May, 2019, Bonnie's work was featured as a Forbes cover story. As the bestselling author of Be the Ultimate Assistant and the founder of Ultimate Assistant Training, she is one of the most respected leaders in the administrative profession.

Bonnie is a columnist for Executive Secretary Magazine and is at the center of the movements to end workplace bullying and to close the wage gap. Named 2015 Educator of the Year by DEMA, the Domestic Estate Managers Association, Bonnie is known for her passionate commitment to be a catalyst for positive change in the global workplace.

To date, she has spoken and taught in 14 countries. Clients include Starbucks, Amazon, PwC, AMC Entertainment, Dell, and MasterCard. Bonnie co-hosts the "Be the Ultimate Assistant Podcast" with Vickie Sokol Evans where they tackle the burning workplace issues. With trademark honesty and humor, she pulls the curtain back so that we can all lean in and excel at the very highest levels. Bonnie holds a BA from Rutgers University. A native New Jerseyan turned Floridian, Bonnie believes that you can’t be it if you can't see it. She helps her audiences to see what is really happening in our modern workplace so that they can change the world.


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