Optimise your influence, maximise your value & achieve excellence in your career
Conference Date
30th April & 1st May 2019
Location
L’Aqua, Sydney
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Overview

An excellent opportunity to network & learn from the experience of EAs across a number of sectors
As the role of the executive and personal assistant continues to transition and evolve, it is essential to take control of your professional development and understand how you can move beyond efficiently performing your core duties and create additional value for your employer and organisation.
 
The 10th EA & PA Convention will provide attendees with a deeper understanding of how to further progress in their roles, and become equipped with the skills and confidence to achieve further success, in and out of the workplace.
 
Key conference highlights include
  • Champagne Roundtables - Network and swap tips and tricks with your peers over a glass of bubbles
  • Morning yoga - Get ready for day 2 with a morning yoga session
  • Meet your mentor - Learn from the best at these interactive roundtables
  • Guided mindfulness - Uncover how to alleviate stress and pressure with mindfulness
Who will attend?
Executive Officers, Executive Assistants, Personal Assistants, Office Managers & Corporate Receptionists from
  • Government departments
  • Private corporations
  • Universities & TAFEs
  • NGOs & NFPs
  • Hospitals & health
Download the value proposition to understand the benefits for your organisation.

Attend to learn:

  • Understand how to play a strategic role in your organisation
  • Develop a personal brand to further your professional career development
  • Build resilience with managing difficult situations & personalities
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Key Speakers

Mia Freedman
Co-founder
Mamamia
Kathryn Moir
EA to the Chief Executive
Australian Red Cross Blood Service
Christina Spinoulas
EA to the CEO
Showpo
Daphne Cardona
EA to the CEO
Nova Entertainment

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What People Are Saying

  • “What an awesome conference! I was able to meet other wonderful people in the same role as me. The event allowed me to expand my connections and reflect on my career and role as an EA. Highly recommend the conference to any EA whether just starting out or a seasoned professional.”

    Melanie RotheCox
    PwC & Previous EA PA Conference Attendee

Blog

  • Date: 26 Mar 2019  By: Ash Natesh

    As the role of the executive and personal assistant continues to transition and evolve, it is essential to take control of your professional development and understand how you can move beyond efficiently performing your core duties and create additional value for your employer and organisation. The team at Criterion Conferences spoke to Christina Spinoulas, EA …

  • Date: 26 Mar 2019  By: Ash Natesh

    As the role of the executive and personal assistant continues to transition and evolve, it is essential to take control of your professional development and understand how you can move beyond efficiently performing your core duties and create additional value for your employer and organisation. The team at Criterion Conferences spoke to Dapne Cardona, EA …

  • Date: 26 Feb 2019  By: Ash Natesh

        Christine Aarons is the Executive Assistant and Administration Manager to the Chief Information Officer at the University of Technology Sydney. She is an accomplished and experienced Senior Executive Assistant with more than 20 years’ experience working in legal professional services, financial services industry and more recently Higher Education. Christine has worked in small …

  • Date: 20 Feb 2019  By: Ash Natesh

    As your role as  executive or personal assistant evolves, it’s essential to take control of your professional development and understand how you can move beyond efficiently performing your core duties and create additional value for your employer. The team at Criterion Conferences spoke to Kathryn Moir, EA to the Chief Executive, Australian Red Cross Blood …

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