Read this page if you need help with writing your administrative assistant goals and executive assistant goals (and especially if you need help fast).
From the Desk of Karen Porter, Founder and President of The Effective Admin and Virtual Association for Administrative Professionals and Coach and Advisor to Thousands of Administrative Professionals Globally
Thinking up and writing workplace goals is not that hard once you understand what is a goal. Unfortunately, you’ll find a lot of misinformation on the Web — from so-called experts and even from your administrative professional colleagues trying to be helpful — about what is a goal and how to write a goal.
For example, if someone tells you to “just write down that you’ll take a class in xyz” as your workplace goal, be wary of that person’s true goal-setting knowledge. That bad suggestion pops up a lot in articles and discussion forums on the Web!
Let me help you define what really is a goal and help you think up and write your administrative assistant goals and executive assistant goals.
I can make this process clearer and easier for you.
I can even give you some examples or samples of goals for administrative assistants and executive assistants.
I have been helping administrative assistants and executive assistants (and administrative professionals of all levels, titles, and years of service) write goals to submit at work to their managers and executives for more than ten years. I’ve had a lot of feedback in that time from administrative professionals that my ideas for workplace goal-setting have helped them do just that. –Click here to get the information I’ve put together to help administrative assistants and executive assistants set goals.