As an experienced assistant, you’re used to an offbeat routine. You are expected to be able to handle everything from small practical tasks to larger implementation projects.
As a Personal Assistant, you have a key responsibility to support and assist the day-to-day management. Usually you are very close to the management’s decisions and typically have a good insight into the strategic priorities. Your role requires you to be able to contribute with personal assistance, but also to be a loyal strategic sparring partner.
Therefore, you need to be able to be critical but also have a good understanding of both business and management, and for the same reason it is extremely important that you are highly articulate and able to keep up to date so that you can assist management in the best possible way. We can help you do that.
COMMUNITY OF PROFESSIONALS
We can offer you your very own professional skills network, where you will be matched with like-minded professionals working in the same functional area as yourself. Your network group is your primary source of lifelong learning and new insights – together with your group, you will share challenges, successes and experiences, and work to find new methods and concrete solutions that you can use in your daily practice.
Our goal is to provide you with the best framework to develop an inspiring, competent and knowledge-rich working forum that can provide space for innovative perspectives, idea exchange, solid relationship building and both professional and personal development at the highest level.
Composition is key
The network brings together experienced executive assistants, all of whom have operational responsibilities and work in small, medium and large companies.
This includes titles such as Executive Assistants, Executive Secretarys, Corporate Secretarys, Management Assistants, Executive Assistants or similar.
Of course, we also have a network to suit you.
Stay up to date
The themes of the network meetings are broad and vary from time to time. We know that as an executive support worker, you have a lot to do with defining your role and putting your own stamp on the work – so we make sure to focus on a wide range of topics that will give you the opportunity to acquire broad knowledge about your field of work.
Themes are typically based on contemporary trends and tendencies, so you can stay on top of what’s happening in your field.
A valuable network
At EGN, the focus is always on the development of each individual member, in groups where best practices are discussed and shared. Your employee will be part of a professional and confidential setting that provides access to a wide range of innovative opportunities, tangible solutions, and invaluable industry insights – all of which will give your employee the best prerequisites for addressing the challenges of tomorrow. Learn more about EGN.
Peace of mind
A strong and confidential network is by far worth its weight in gold and can save you and your company a huge amount of expenses for consultants, supplementary training, research etc.
What started as one man’s vision, is now a global network with 14,000 members spread out across 12 countries, collectively representing more than 8,000 companies and professional peer groups.
Based on professional relationship building and experience exchanges in a confidential work forum, we strive to create personal, professional, and business value for our network members.
We take great pride in matching you with the right people who can give you value and who can challenge you and help you grow.
We make sure to interview all members in order to avoid any potential conflicts of interest.
Tell us a bit about yourself and we will make sure to connect you with an competent EGN consultant who will tell you more about the network and answer any questions you might have.