• Webinar "Get Noticed and Stand Out With a Digital Portfolio“ on 8 September 2016. Register now!


    Self-Development is the hot topic for the EUMA Trainings in 2016.

    Under this umbrella, we have arranged a webinar with the topic "Get Noticed and Stand Out With a Digital Portfolio". The webinar will be presented by Julie Perrine, Founder & CEO, All Things Admin and EUMA Bronze Partner and will take place on8 September 2016 at 17:00hrs CET.


    Whether you are job seeking, gainfully employed, striving for the best annual review ever, or trying to make a name for yourself, creating a digital portfolio can enhance your career. Putting your professional portfolio online is a great way to showcase your skills, interests and abilities. It’s a fabulous tool for building your personal brand, setting yourself apart, and positioning yourself as the “go to” person within your company and profession.  When you combine your digital portfolio with a strong social media presence, your visibility will skyrocket!


    This session will cover:

    ·         Why you need a comprehensive professional portfolio strategy.

    ·         What a digital portfolio is.

    ·         The career benefits of a digital portfolio.

    ·         Which tools you should use to develop your portfolio.

    ·         How to effectively use your digital portfolio to build your personal brand, establish credibility, and showcase your skills.


    The webinar will last for about 60 minutes. The participation fee is 45 € for our EUMA members and 100 € for our guests.

    Registration is open until 6 September 2016. Further details about where to login etc. will be sent in due course before the webinar.


    We invite you to take part in this webinar and look forward to welcoming you in the virtual training room on 8 September 2016. And spread the word among your colleagues and friends!


  • 15 Questions to Ask During Your Next Interview

    By Julie Perrine, CAP-OM, MBTI Certified    

    An interview is nothing more than an information exchange between you and a potential employer.
    So to get the most out of it, you need to be prepared to answer questions, as well as ask some of your own.
    But what do you ask to get the information you need?  
    Read more here 

    This article was published Nov 12, 2015 in AllThingsAdmin - a EUMA partner.


  • Why today’s EAs need to get more strategic, by Adam Fidler

    The role of the Executive Assistant (EA) continues to evolve and in my capacity as a trainer, educationalist and thought-leader in the industry, I continue to observe and reflect on what the role of the EA will become.  Having worked as an ‘Assistant’ for 20 years, and having transitioned from Secretary, to PA, to EA, the biggest learning I had to do, in all that time, was to operate more ‘strategically’. 

    Today, it’s not just the Executives who operate with strategic focus.  If the EA role is to survive the long-game, then it’s essential that the Assistant who supports an Executive has the ability to operate more independently, both in the activities they undertake, but also in the decisions, thoughts and choices they make. This requires strategic focus. 

    Read more here 

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