IAAP free seminar and business meeting Feb. 11


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Quad City International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) February 11, 2013 FREE Seminar & Business Meeting

The Quad City International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) will hold a FREE Seminar on Monday, February 11, 2013 at MRA, 3800 Avenue of the Cities, Suite 100 in Moline, IL. The speaker will be Monica Poe, MVA, GVA, Founder and Owner of MoPoe & Associates. Monica will be presenting "Virtual Meetings, Virtual Teams: How the Move to Virtual Is Affecting Admins".

Following the presentation, a Chapter meeting will be held.

Networking/Gathering begins at 5:30 PM, Dinner at 6:00 PM (reservation is required – meal cost is $8.00) and the speaker will begin at 6:30 PM.

To register, please contact Stephanie Noyd by 11:00 AM on Friday, February 8, 2013 at (309) 764-8354 or email her at Stephanie.Noyd@mranet.org.

For More Information, go to our website at http://www.iaap-quadcity.org.


IAAP is the world's largest international association of administrative professionals. IAAP offers professional development, leadership training and networking opportunities for administrative professionals. IAAP is a non-profit, volunteer association.
Joining a professional organization demonstrates your commitment to your career. Work is most rewarding when we do it with enthusiasm and give it our best. Through IAAP you will gain knowledge, confidence and contacts that will help you advance professionally. IAAP works to build a professional image of administrative professionals in the workplace.
IAAP membership is open to all persons working in the administrative field, along with business educators, students, firms and educational institutions. There is no test of sponsorship required. Through IAAP qualified professionals can test for the certification rating, the benchmark of excellence in the administrative profession.




















 



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