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Where Admins Come to Grow and Learn

I’m in Anaheim this week attending the International Association of Administrative Professionals Educational Forum and Annual Meeting.

More than half of the administrative professional attendees pay a majority or entirety of their registration, travel and costs to gain professional development educational opportunities.

There is nothing like being among apprx. 1500 of your closest peers. Our network is our strength as admins.. and we attend EFAM to build our skills and our network.

Courses on covering technology, management, personal development are offered all week. Members have an opportunity to utilize their presentation skills (self disclosure: I’m one of them).

I’ll be posting up all week.. thoughts and insights.  I’d love your feedback and thoughts.

Wishing you all a great week! #KeepLearningKeepGrowing

About AdminRenegade

Storyteller, Fan of Leadership gurus, Coffee Lover, especially Dunkin' Donuts.. and most importantly- a fierce advocate -Providing a new philosophy on what it means to be an administrative professional in today's workplace.


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