Posts Tagged ‘relationships’

Jul
03

Executive Workshops

eaw 13-14 JuneBeyond IQ has been delivering the Western Australian Local Government Association (WALGA), Executive Assistant’s Workshop for 3yrs. In this time we have had the privilege of getting to know some wonderful women who do an excellent job in sometimes highly stressful circumstances.

As the primary contact of their CEO, Director and/or Mayor, they are integral to the efficient running of their offices. More importantly perhaps, they help to influence the relationships, outcomes and results of their CEO’s and Directors and Mayors.

The value to the organisation of a highly skilled and capable Executive Assistant can not be over-estimated. Improving change management efforts, reducing workplace bullying by building trusting relationships and influencing are all part of what a great EA does. EA’s are integral in team building efforts in any organisation. They have enormous influence over perceptions both internally and externally and when empowered to be their best, they can be a force to be reckoned with!

Pictured here are just some of the extraordinary women who bring ‘so much’ to their organisations.

Beyond IQ can assist your organisation to develop your Executive Assistants too. Send us an email right now to find out how.

Aug
09

Frontline Business Management

Six units of Frontline Business Management successfully delivered again with practical useable outcomes achieved for all participants around our favourite topics of preventing bullying in the workplace; communication skills; team building; change management; conflict resolution; performance management; strategic planning; project planning and operational plans.

Thank you Challenger Institute for your ongoing trust in Beyond IQ to deliver outstanding outcomes for your valued clients. It has been over two years of continued trust and delivery.

The feedback today from participants blew me away and left me humbled. Thank you for your contribution to me Kane, Brett, Ben, Matt, Sue, Mel, Darren, Sarah, Darren, Edi, Simon, Andrew, Brad, Mark, Adam and Ryan from Dept of Fisheries. You were a fantastic bunch and I will miss you all. Best of luck with your future endeavours.

Dec
06

Suicide…it takes courage to ask for help

Today Beyond IQ helped save a 15 yr old boys life. Together with his school principal we created an environment in which he felt safe enough to break his silence. To hear him say the words, “I want to die” and to see him have the courage to speak these words to his mum, was truly a moving experience. There were tears all round as the impact of his words landed on our hearts.