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Travel Planning for Administrative Professionals
Managing the endless details of executive travel is an important part of your job. Do it wrong, and it can create extreme stress for you … your boss … and the relationship between you. Do it right, however, and you’ll both look good – and feel great.
To help you master coordinating travel for your boss and your team, Business Management Daily – publishers of Administrative Professional Today – has produced a session designed to increase your efficiency – and decrease your worries. Introducing Travel Planning for Administrative Professionals.
In just 75 minutes – less time than your boss’s last flight delay – you’ll pick up tips and techniques to make business travel bearable, and maybe even enjoyable. Here are just some of the strategies you’ll discover:
How to create handy travel planning templates to keep everything organized
What to do when plans fall apart
Special preparations for international travel
Finding the best car rental deals
Websites to help you retrieve lost luggage
Smartphone apps that will make for a smoother trip
Power traveling: closely guarded secrets of the road warrior
From the benefits of working with a travel agent to the pitfalls … communicating with the traveler to managing expenses … Travel Planning for Administrative Professionals will add another skill atop your professional portfolio. It’ll also help you keep your boss happy!
Patricia Robb, one of our most popular presenters (and a working admin), guides you through the travel planning process she has used during her years as a top admin pro. You’ll find out how to keep executive productivity high while keeping costs low.
Make sure you don’t miss the boat (or train, or plane) on this one.
Mary Ellen Slayter Editor, Administrative Professional Today
P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If Travel Planning for Administrative Professionals fails to meet your needs, we will refund every penny you paid — no hassles, no questions asked.
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About Your Speaker:
Patricia Robb is the author of Laughing All the Way to Work: A Survival Guide for Today's Administrative Assistant. She also writes a blog of the same name. Patricia has been an Administrative Assistant for almost 30 years and is currently an Executive Assistant to the CEO of a not-for-profit organization. Patricia, a member of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP), is an expert on the subject of travel planning, and often provides tips on her blog for improving her fellow admins' skills, helping her colleagues to be the best they can be.
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