Irbid Chamber of Commerce
Duration: 2 days - (From 15 October 2010 to 15 December 2010)
Type of Training: Practical and test
Birth Date:5 June 1988
Additional Visa:Saudi Arabia , USA
Visa Status:Residency Visa (Transferable)
Executive Secretary and Personal Assistant for the President H.H. Prince Mishaal Al Saud.
I have worked in this UK’s brand company as a Manager, within these rules: Banking, Managing staff, HR work, paperwork, Handling Sales Point, Customer Service, Training for Staff on Customer Service skills, and every work to manage my store.
Location: Irbid, Jordan
Completion Date: August 2010
To fit around your boss's diary. and must be prepared to work outside office hours when requested. my boss's diary is likely to be very busy and ever changing, so I am bearing this in mind. Keeping ahead of the game by checking emails during the weekend and out of working hours. That way myself, and my boss will never miss any vital information.
Very calm and positive when working as a Personal Assistant. Taking any criticism constructively and moving on. By keeping level headed I will be able to complete tasks to a far higher standard.
Relay all information back and being very clear when doing so. Information cannot be misinterpreted, as this could lead to serious errors elsewhere. When attending meetings, taking thorough notes and ensure that we discuss each point in order to stay on the same wave length. By doing this I will have a better understanding of the situation in hand and will be able to deliver a far better result.
Implement organisational structures and stick to them. Keep my working area clean and tidy - this will enable me to keep my mind focused on the tasks in hand. Use check lists to prioritise my workload and tick off each point once complete. trying to keep my Outlook organised by arranging it into folders. This way I will be able to locate vital information quickly and efficiently when required.
Do try to stay one step ahead of my boss. Being constantly thinking of future actions. Trying to prepare for all meetings in advance. Constantly think about what my boss may require for his next meeting. Another time when I will need to be very pro-active is when my boss takes annual leave. Although most are workaholics, they do need a break too. I will be the first point of contact for my boss's clients and my colleagues. I will need to be prepared to have an answer for every question thrown at me.
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