Next year’s Assist Conference kicks off on Friday 24th February in London and I am just putting the final touches to the programme. I must say I am really looking forward to the day. We have fantastic speakers and so far the programme is packed full of thought-provoking, relevant and informative content. We have great networking opportunities for all of the delegates and we are adding a few creative details to make the conference fun and engaging.
I have had great feedback from the Practically Perfect PA readers and so far we have 40 assistants booked onto the conference. With limited spaces I don’t want anyone to miss out, particularly assistants who do really want to come along, but believe their boss will not finance the training. For those of you in this situation I have put together a business case document which will help you persuade your boss that you need to attend training courses throughout the year.
If you would like a copy of the business case document, please do get in touch using the contact form. I will email you a copy straight away.
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Assist Conference 2017
During the conference, we will be discussing all of the important tools, including effective communication, that assistants need to succeed in the role – now and in the next 5 years. Taking place on the 24th February in London for only £300+VAT. If you would like to book your place on the conference, check out the programme or the speakers, please do make your way over to the website.