Celestial Self Development Centre celebrates Administrative Professionals Day

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(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Celestial Self Development Centre (CSDC) continues its popular annual tradition of celebrating Administrative Professional Day on Wednesday 25th April, 2018.

The event will feature a workshop in Advanced Writing Skills for Administrative Professionals, luncheon, activities, and special tokens for Administrative Professionals.

“Whether you are a seasoned Executive Assistant or a hard-working Administrative Assistant, we feel passionately about wanting to recognize administrative professionals for the hard work and tough challenges they take on every day!” said Thecla Deterville, Managing Director of Celestial Self Development Centre.

“Administrative and executive assistants today do so much more than their predecessors of yesteryear, have more leadership roles, and are expected to have greater expertise and responsibility, so it’s important that organizations take the time to thank and reward these office heroes in a truly meaningful way. When asked what they most wish their bosses would give them to recognize their value, admins overwhelmingly cited career development opportunities and training that helps them excel in their jobs,” she added.

This year’s Administrative professional’s day Workshop will take place at the Palmville Conference Centre, Coco Resorts and is centered on raising the competence and confidence of administrative assistants in what they write.

This one-day workshop focuses on practical, concrete, easily applied writing tools that smooth the transition from mind to page. Whatever participants need to write—memos, cover letters, apologies, meeting minutes, proposals, emails, or documentation—Mastering Writing Skills will help them get the critical information across to their readers.

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