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Setting Yourself Up for Administrative Success

 

Learn to create a personal development plan that will propel your career forward.

Administrative assistant work has become critical in organizations. They have become responsible for organizing work and schedules, communicating on behalf of executives, maintaining contacts, managing people at different levels of the organization, and serving as a critical support role. To be successful, administrative assistants need to develop a large variety of skillsets. These different types of skillsets can be categorized in two categories called vertical skills and horizontal skills. Vertical skills comprise interpersonal skills, emotional intelligence, communication, and personal presence, while horizontal skills are the hard skills such as goal setting, organization, project, and task management. In this topic, we will identify and discuss the key vertical and horizontal skills that are necessary for administrative assistants to be successful and how to leverage their personal and natural strengths to improve their skills. Finally, we will also discuss how to create your own personal development plan for improving both the vertical and horizontal skills that will propel your career forward.

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Adam Bowman, Psy.D., PHR, SHRM-CP

Adam Bowman, Psy.D., PHR, SHRM-CP

Dr. Adam Bowman

  • Partner and co-founder of the Conflict Resolution Professionals Group (CRPG), a conflict resolution and consensus building consulting firm that specializes in helping organizations to resolve conflict and build consensus through mediation, facilitation, training, coaching, consulting, and team building
  • Some of his clients include Unity Worldwide Ministries, Ohio Historical Society, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), and Dublin City schools
  • Develops, consults, and facilitates leadership development programs for executive groups and management teams
  • Coaches executives, management teams, and professionals
  • Facilitator for Central Ohio ATD chapter leadership development special interest group
  • Adjunct professor at Grand Canyon University psychology graduate programs
  • Psy.D. degree in personal and organizational psychology, Touro University Worldwide
  • Can be contacted at 740-396-8847 and [email protected]
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