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The Xtraordinary Executive Assistant: Growth Mindset, Resilience & Executive Presence

Embracing the evolution of Executive Assistant role and the changing responsibilities, duties and perception

15-16 Oct 2020
Sydney , Australia

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Conference Speakers

Sally Byrne
General Manager Coffee
Coca Cola Amatil

Michelle Bowditch
Tech Lover, Connector, Educator & Advocate for Executive Assistants
Door20A

Skevi Constantinou
Executive Assistant, Founder and Director
The PA Way, UK

Laurinda Moore
Executive Assistant to CEO and Chairman
IAG

Lauren De Luca
Executive Assistant to the Chief Financial Officer and General Counsel.
Thales

Agnes Balcer
Executive Assistant to Board Members
PwC

Peita Bosevski
Executive Assistant to Group CEO
QBE

Nick Ginsburg
Executive Assistant to Provost and Senior Vice-President
Monash University

Louisa Nocera
Executive Assistant to Chief Executive Officer
HealthCare Australia

Jacqueline Delarue
CEO and Founder, Author of WORRY, Key Note Speaker
Worry Wart Australia

Katrena Friel
Award Winning Author, International Speaker, Corporate Trainer, Executive Coach and Business Mentor
Refresh your Thinking

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General Enquiries

For all enquiries regarding speaking, sponsoring and attending this conference contact:

Aarathi Manokaran


Suite A-20-1, Level 20, Hampshire Place Office, 157 Hampshire City,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,


Telephone:
+603 2603 2594
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Email: aarathim@marcusevanskl.com


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Embracing the evolution of Executive Assistant role and the changing responsibilities, duties and perception