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Bonnie Low-Kramen
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International Speaker & Trainer. Passionately committed to improve the workplace by empowering assistants.
International Speaker & Trainer. Passionately committed to improve the workplace by empowering assistants.

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A must-have insiders guide! Real life tools and advice for every professional assistant and their high-powered employers.
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Check us out in Orange County for the Executive Leadership Support Forum!
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Neuroscientists have uncovered evidence suggesting that, when the pressure is on, women bring unique strengths to decision making.
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When exit interviews are conducted, it is easier to say that they “found a better opportunity that fits my current goals” rather than the real reason which is that they have had enough of one or more of the following bullying behaviors.
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Join us in Austin for the Executive Leadership Support Forum! Register for your seat here:
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Here are nine metrics that come closer to answering the question “Is this a good and healthy place to work?” than any employee engagement survey could do. Bring these metrics into your HR program and start making an impact on your organization’s culture and bottom line!
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If workplace bullying is present in your company and/or your own life, attendees will learn realistic, reasonable, and actionable strategies about.

-How to prevent bullying right from the first interview
-Exactly what to say to a bully
-How to support others who are being bullied
-What to do if you are the bully
-How to build cultures of respect that promote retention, morale, and profits
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Our guest is Teri Wells who has worked as an Executive Assistant in Johannesburg, South Africa for 29 years. In 2015, she had coffee with fellow EA and speaker Anel Martin which is when “Isipho” was born. Isipho translates to “the gift” which in this case means the gift of education. It started as Teri’s and Anel’s way of paying it forward in a profession that has given them both so much.
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The first 50 to sign up for Game-Changing Leadership Secrets From a Celebrity Assistant will receive Bonnie Low-Kramen’s book Be the Ultimate Assistant! https://buff.ly/2QQDjN5
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Wondering if I'll be in a city near you? Check out my full 2019 tour calendar here:
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