Leading UK Training Specialist Announces Industry First Mini MBA Programme Delivered Virtually For Senior & Executive Assistants

The leading UK training specialist for PAs, EAs, VAs and Administrative Professionals, Your Excellency Ltd, has added an exciting new accredited Programme to their learning and development portfolio. 

The Mini MBA for Senior & Executive Assistants is accredited by The Institute of Administrative Manager (IAM).  The Programme is ideally suited to Senior and Executive Assistants who want to master their business and leadership skills and become truly exceptional contributors.

Responding to the current global climate and feedback from Your Excellency’s Autumn 2020 survey, the 5 month Programme will be delivered via their Virtual Academy.  It will provide flexible learning with a blended approach of live Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT), pre-recorded webinars and trainer guided self-study.  

Malcolm Taylor, Founder & Director and lead trainer for the Programme commented “This is a fantastic addition to our portfolio of learning. I know from my days as an Executive that it is so important for Executive Assistants to have executive awareness. With the right skills, capabilities and knowledge, every assistant has the potential to be a contributor and player and not just a supporter of organisational success.”

Andrew Jardine, General Manger of the IAM added “We are incredibly proud to accredit The Mini MBA for Senior & Executive Assistants.  We highly recommend this Programme to all Assistants looking to grow in confidence, boost their skills and develop their career.”

Details of The Mini MBA for Senior & Executive Assistants can be found on Your Excellency’s website www.yourexcellency.co.uk/the-mini-mba

For further information contact Founder & Director Malcolm Taylor on 07824 619125 or email malcolm@yourexcellency.co.uk


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