Are you meeting your professional goals at your private-independent school? How does your role connect to the school’s mission and hold students as central to your work? Do you feel supported and empowered by your supervisor and colleagues? Have you set and maintained boundaries so that you have adequate time to execute your work?
This workshop helps you frame or reboot your affirmative responses to these and other points of your career. Guided by experienced workshop leaders and working with a group of individuals in similar situations, develop your own professional development plan for implementation. Enhance your ability to deliver results that positively impact all constituents’ school experience.
- Discovering and refining ways to lead from your support position to benefit your school and yourself
- Designing a self-evaluation that can be routinely and formally used to chart your professional development
- Discovering how current technology can be used to strategically navigate your busy day and add value to your role
- Learning more about the projected evolution of the administrative support role
Who Should Attend:
Executive Assistants of various experience levels; Assistants to School Heads or Division Heads as well as Directors in the Admission, Advancement, or Business office; and receptionists (must have at least one year of experience in a support staff position) should attend.