Issue: November / December 2018

PROFILE – Alison McKessar

By - November 26, 2018

Alison McKessar is the National President of the Association of Administrative Professionals New Zealand (AAPNZ)
Issue: May / June 2017

PROFILE – Wendy Rapana

By - May 25, 2017

Wendy Rapana is the former President and current Business Development Adviser for the Association of Administrative Professionals New Zealand (AAPNZ).
Issue: January / February 2016

PROFILE – Rebeka Adamson

By - January 25, 2016

Rebeka Adamson, New Zealand’s new Personal Assistant of the Year, has a big year ahead of her Can we start with a little background information? Where are you from and what is your current role? I am from Palmerston North, New Zealand, and my current role is Personal Assistant to Operations Director at Enable New... Read more »
Editor's Letters
Issue: September / October 2015

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others ~ Mahatma Gandhi

By - September 25, 2015

It’s been an extraordinary couple of months. I have only been in London for just over two weeks and three days since mid July and most of the rest of that time was spent travelling in countries with totally different cultures where I had only ever dreamed of going. It has truly been a time where I have... Read more »
Health & Wellbeing
Issue: May / June 2015

A Rather Winding and Rocky Pathway!

By - May 25, 2015

The last few months have been something of a challenge but the first and most important thing is that my cancer has been dealt with and I require no further treatment other than an oestrogen suppressor (Tamoxifen) for the next five years. However the pathway and the side paths have been interesting. I decided that... Read more »
Issue: July / August 2012

PROFILE – Eth Lloyd

By - July 25, 2012

Eth Lloyd is the Director of AAPNZ, the Association of Administrative Professionals New Zealand In an extraordinarily inspirational interview we talk to Director of AAPNZ, and personal development visionary, Eth Lloyd, about changes to the administrative profession since the 1960s, growing up in New Zealand, and the importance of professional development in your career. Can we... Read more »