LIVE Webinar on Thursday 15th October from 12 - 2pm

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 There is one trait, above all that separates the good assistants from the truly great ones and that is being proactive vs. reactive. The ability to organise and manage your own workflow and time. Prioritise and anticipate what the day will hold instead of waiting for work to be assigned or problems to arise.

This will be a major factor in the sustainability of the role of the executive assistant moving forward. It will also be under scrutiny if you are currently working from home and you will need to be able to not only be pro-active but also communicate your results and progress successfully to remain employed in these very tough economic times.

Everyone talks about being pro-active, but this session will give you the tips, tricks and hacks to do this in a practical way.

This session has been designed to give you activities and processes that can be immediately employed to create better results and to boost and support your long-term employability.

We will explore:

– What is reactive and pro-active?
– Why does this matter?
– What systems, mindsets and tricks can we employ?
– What is the personal value and value to the business?
​- Q & A
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Anel Martin Senior Facilitator
A Results Based Coach and solopreneur who is passionate about helping others achieve their goals, manage their time and increase their confidence.
Has 15 years’ experience in the corporate world and has been in the training sphere since 2009 and became a full-time facilitator and small business owner four years ago, as demand for programmes and services grew.

Known for honesty, practical and dynamic approach and has worked with several premium companies across the globe for in-house training interventions and performance coaching namely SAP North America, Stanlib, Exxaro, MTN, Sanlam, Oppenheimer Group, Telkom South Africa, Discovery as well as various forums and training companies around the world.

Has had the privilege of working with audiences as large as 2000 from 24 different countries and this has truly given her a global view on my subject matter. Has participated in events hosted in Uganda, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Zanzibar, Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand, France, England, Scotland and the United States.