We couldn’t agree more.
But even an executive assistant isn’t perfect or superhuman. Like any other person in your office, a good assistant needs training and coaching to reach their fullest potential. Assistants run interference in an executive’s schedule and breakup traffic jams of communication. They are the one person almost exclusively responsible for your success as a leader. They are gatekeepers, schedulers, and prolific time managers and organizers.
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