The best executive assistants are indispensable: they’re troubleshooters, translators, help desk attendants, diplomats, human databases, travel consultants, amateur psychologists, and ambassadors to the inside and outside world.
Here are a few choice articles our team at Campbell Knowledge Corporation has curated from all over on the subject matter of Executive Assistants, and the value they bring to a progressive organization.
You can’t make it on your own, and that’s not a putdown. It’s reality. And the bigger your goals, the more help you’re going to need in reaching them.
In this article, Michael Hyatt shares with us what every leader needs to know about the most important member of the team.
Never underestimate the power and influence of an executive assistant. Just as technology has rapidly evolved, so too has the role of a secretary. In fact, calling an executive assistant a “secretary” is about as archaic as that typewriter.
Article by Sarah Daffy.
These times, they are a-changing. In this featured Q&A with Emily Allen of the International Association of Administrative Professionals, Nicole Dieker of Brazen Life Magazine points out that executive assistants don’t sit behind a desk with a stapler anymore. Here’s what this career looks like in the new digital world.