Whether you are the CEO of a large corporation or a former executive doing consulting or philanthropic work will sitting on boards, it is impossible to manage and grow your business yourself.
In the story of a high-level actress, whose assistant ran city blocks to find her raspberry jam and got her to her hair and makeup appointment on time – it is a true testament of the dedication that an executive assistant has for their employer.
Finding the right executive assistant who can provide the support needed in any circumstance can bring more benefits to your role as an executive. Statistics show that 51% of a good EA’s job is concerned with soft skills – communication, service, emotional intelligence, and trust.
The other 49% are hard skills – technology, calendar, data management, and organization. 100% of the time, an EA serves as a hospitalian, doing their jobs with finesse and aptitude by using their superpowers, so that an executive can achieve more.