In addition to my work as a trainer, coach and speaker, I am also honoured to be the Chair of the World Administrators Alliance.
The WA-Alliance is a non-profit trade association, our members are administrative professionals’ associations, networks and industry stakeholders, like trainers, publishers, personal development organisations and educational institutes from across the globe. Our aims are to guide, influence, positively develop and elevate the profession.
Find out more about how to become a member of the World Administrators Alliance here.
The Global Skills Matrix
The WA-Alliance has just launched this groundbreaking tool that will change the lives of Administrative Professionals the world over. See our dedicated website to download the matrix, report and a host of other resources that will enable you to find your level and plan your career path. Help us to start the conversation.
Visit the WA-Summit website and look under Resources for our recent papers on International Position Titles, International Credentialing, International Networking and Workplace Bullying.
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Contact me about the World Administrators Alliance & The World Administrators Summit.
The 12th World Administrators Summit will be held virtually on 15th & 22nd October 2022
See our website for more details.
The 11th World Administrators Summit was held on 8th & 15th May 2021.
The Word Administrators Summit (WA-Summit) is a global meeting of administrative and office professionals and their associations, committed to its purpose of guiding, influencing and positively developing the profession. The WA-Summit has convened nine times since 1992. It provides the international platform for peer-to-peer discussion regarding relevant topics that potentially impact those working in the administrative profession.
I was invited, along with Lucy Brazier and Karen Nanninga to be a facilitator at the 2018 WA-Summit in Frankfurt. We led the discussions and Summit work groups on Workplace Harassment, The Identity and Image of our Profession, Consistent Job Descriptions and Digital Technology Advances. It was an inspiring, challenging and humbling experience. The stories were many and varied and I was so impressed with the passion that the delegates have for our profession. They speak out on challenging issues that are affecting Assistants in their country and came prepared to work hard, to actively participate and to contribute to the next steps leading up to the next WA-Summit
For further information check out https://wa-summit.com/