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How Administrative Professionals Can Accomplish More With Less

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Hugh Macken Live

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Are you overwhelmed by too much work? Join Hugh Macken in a live roundtable discussion with digital productivity expert and author Pierre Khawand of People on the Go and Ann Dahlke, President of the Wausau chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals. Learn:

1.       What skills are necessary to manage the digital overload, and are they different from the traditional skills that are needed in the workplace

2.       What unique challenges do Administrative Professionals have in the workplace today with the emergence of social media?

3.       Is there light at the end of the tunnel with the digital overload? Is it possible to even succeed?

Pierre Khawand has more than 20 years of experience in the software industry. He has led several technology ventures and completed successful mergers and acquisitions and founded People-OnTheGo in 2001 to enable business professionals to communicate and collaborate more effectively using leading edge technologies. His best selling “Accomplishing more in less time, less effort, and less stress” workshop enables business professionals to better cope with information overload and competing priorities. Pierre is the author of the popular less-is-more blog ( He has published The Accomplishing More With Less Workbook , The Results Curve: How to manage focused and collaborative time! , The New New Inbox: How Email and Social Media Changed Our Lives, and previously The Smartphone Experiment book—how to select your smartphone in 5 easy steps . Pierre holds a Master’s degree in Engineering from the University of Michigan and has completed several Executive Education programs at the Stanford Graduate School of Management.