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Learn from Leading Industry Professionals at the Administrative Professionals Conference

Midlands Technical College is proud to present an exciting lineup for the 2016 Administrative Professionals Conference. Join us in celebrating National Administrative Professionals Week, while learning tips and tools from dynamic industry professionals that can help you power up your career.

 

Keynote Address: Living on Wheels

Lisa Mills | Motivational Speaker and Comedian

Discover how becoming excellent in your everyday work habits can lead to opportunities of a lifetime from an award-winning comedian, motivational speaker, and author.

 

Beyond the Technology of Being Organized

David Pfaehler| Computer Technology Program Director, Midlands Technical College

Learn how the latest technology can help you save time on daily tasks and get you better organized.

 

Charge Ahead

Paulette Cunningham | Motivational Speaker, Phenomenal Communications, LLC

Ignite change in both your personal and professional development with this dynamic workshop from an award-winning former educator.

 

Zero Visibility: How Blind Spots Impact Our Success

Betty Parker | Motivational Speaker, Community Leader, Sharper Developments Solutions, Inc.

Learn how to identify your blind spots, why they persist, and what to do about them that will help take your career to the next level.

 

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Early bird discount until March 18: $199 | Regular price: $229

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