National Workshop for President's Executive Assistants of Canadian Universities
The environment at Canadian Universities continues to change and becomes increasingly complex. This in turn increases the complexity of the President's role as leader of the institution. There are growing demands for the President's time, both from external as well as internal stakeholders.
This heightened activity affects all those in the Office of the President. As Executive Assistants, not only is there an increase in what is asked of us, but because of the unique relationship the EA has with the President, we are also more aware of the affect these demands have on the President, not only as a leader but also as a person.
How can we, as Executive Assistants, support the President in the most effective way?
Personal development is an important part of growth and can be found in many different forms. The Workshop for President's Executive Assistants of Canadian Universities is designed to bring this unique group together with sessions specifically tailored towards the many challenging facets of our role. As a group we can network, share ideas, talk about the challenges we face and ultimately learn from one another.
Location: Toronto, Ontario (see program for specific locations)
Date: Monday, April 7 to Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Registration Fee: $300.00
On-line registration is now open: Please visit the Registration page for details.
To view the program, please click here
Executive Assistant to the President, York University, Toronto, ON
|Maebelle Knechtel Bell||
Executive Assistant to the President, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON
|firstname.lastname@example.org 519.884.0710 ext 2443|
Executive Assistant to the President, Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, BC
Executive Administrator to the President, University of Regina, Regina, SK
Executive Assistant to the President, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON
|Mrenau2@uottawa.ca 613.562.5800 ext 2703|
Executive Assistant to the President, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, NS