Learn how to capture the power of you at the 18th Administrative Professional Conference

Date Posted: March 5, 2015

Learn about the power of you at the upcoming 18th annual Administrative Professional Conference: The Power of You. The conference is organized and run by the Administrative Professional Class of 2014-2015.

Date of Conference: Friday, March 20, 2015

Venue: third Floor of the Millennium Centre, Rooms 306A and 306B

Time: 8:15 a.m. – 1 p.m. (If you attend the Early-Bid Registration from 8:15 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. you will qualify for an additional prize draw.)

Dress Code:  Business Attire

Registration Deadline: March 13, 2015

Conference speakers
Elizabeth George helps people understand the power of relationships. She is a corporate leadership trainer, international keynote speaker, and co-author of the best-selling book The Compatibility Code, An Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Dating and Marriage.

Her topic is, “The Power of Point.” She will be discussing Your reason, Your focus, Your Point.

“In a world that tells us we can be anything - success instead demands that we be something—someone. This powerful session will inspire you to find your point.”

George was a small business consultant for the U.S. Small Business Administration, worked with state and national economic development and incubator organizations, and taught as a university professor in both the U.S. and Canada. She ran a bed & breakfast featured in Southern Living and consulted as a specialist in tourism operations and marketing with Travel Alberta.

She has a master’s degree in Human Resource Management, is an award-winning businesswoman and world-class athlete. Her accomplishments included Top 40 Business Executive under the age of 40; five Time NCAA All-American; U.S. International Shooting Team five years; Olympic Alternate; Crossbow World Champion Team.

Kristen Cumming is focused on improving the connection between people and their work. Her 20 years experience in career development and human resources is complemented by a passion for demography.

Cumming’s speech is called “The First 100 Days” and will talk about how to create a powerful impression and carve a path for success in the first 100 days at work after graduating.

Cumming is an instructor with the Bachelor of Management Business Economics program at the University of Alberta – Augustana Campus and operates a successful consulting practice through which she serves as a speaker and trainer on demography, recruitment and retention, engagement and leadership.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and a Master of Education degree in Workplace and Adult Learning.

To learn more about this conference, please email jennifer.key(at)rdc.ab.ca

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