As an executive or administrative assistant, you will find that your light will shine brighter when you help your executive shine. The more you enable your executive’s success and freedom to focus on their important work, the more valuable you will become.
Not all executives know exactly how to work with their assistant. This is Part 1 of a two-part series. I am sharing with you advice that I give in my live onsite training classes and my World Class Assistant™ high-end boot camp held in Las Vegas.
As you read the ideas below, rank yourself. How often do you do these things? Do you need to do a better job? Where do you excel? Do you need to start doing it? Remember . . . you benefit in the long run. You will be more productive, less stressed; you will feel more like a team member and business partner. You will have the competitive advantage over other administrative assistants who don’t do these things.