How cool is it that more and more resources for our profession are popping up every day? It’s almost too overwhelming sometimes to decide what is good, meaty content and what is just fluff. Today I’m sharing with you a resource that I think is full of great, meaty content that is relevant for today’s professional and it’s not the same old stuff repurposed over and over again. The Executive Secretary Magazine is going to be a great resource for our profession. Joan is on the board (and please don’ t think we are blogging about this because there is no monetary kick-back for subscribers, I just truly believe in what Lucy is doing and after reading the first issue and previewing the second I believe in it enough to recommend to all of you!
Here is some info from Lucy on how you can get a free issue and preview it yourself.
The new issue of Executive Secretary is out on 25th May. If you want to receive a copy you need to visit www.executivesecretary.com and subscribe before this date (Wednesday). The articles on the website will only be available to subscribers after this date.
If you haven’t yet seen a copy of the magazine, a sample copy is available currently at the website for you to take a look at. 48 pages of must-have training and no advertising!
Articles in the next issue of Executive Secretary include:
Email Management, SharePoint, Talent Management, Recruitment, Stress, Contract law, Life Skills, Goal Setting and Effective Business Writing. As well as an interview with Sonia Vanular (founder of EUMA) at 90 and a personal account of the Japan earthquake from a Japanese admin assistant.
We have discounts available for members of IAAP, EUMA, SEIEM, Secretary IT, MACSE, Global PA Network, Miss Jones, Heather Baker, Pitman, The PA Club and many others. All subscribers that sign up before 25th May will also receive Sue France’s excellent book – The Definitive Personal Assistant and Secretarial Handbook: A Best Practice Guide for All Secretaries, PAs, Office Managers and Executive Assistants.
I also have a letter I can email you to take to your bosses to get them to subscribe on your behalf. As long as I have your order before 25th you will still be eligible for the free book.
If you are currently unemployed, please email me separately. We want to help you and have a range of free options available to help you to find a job and to keep your skills up to date. Email me at [email protected]
If you are interested in checking it out be sure to contact Lucy directly.
Enjoy your Friday!