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SMART objectives for Executive Assistants

By |2021-06-03T17:49:00+01:00January 28th, 2020|Career development Advice for Executive Assistants, Long Form Posts, Starting out as a new Assistant, Staying on top of the day to day and gaining recognition, Taking Assistant career to the next level|

SMART objectives for Executive Assistants SMART objectives for Executive Assistants are crucial because, without them, Assistants can be at such a disadvantage. They can be taken for granted, can be mismanaged, and can be left [...]

Event objectives and the questions you should be asking

By |2020-03-13T12:48:47+00:00March 8th, 2013|Events Management for Executive Assistants, Key tasks for Executive Assistants|

Earlier this week I wrote about the initial stages of organising an event, specifically the first meeting you should have with your colleagues involved in the event. One of the issues I said you should discuss is the event objectives. [...]

Communicating your priorities better with the ‘rule of five’

By |2021-06-04T10:55:48+01:00February 18th, 2021|Executive Assistant Relationship with the Boss, Featured, Key tasks for Executive Assistants, Productivity and Time Management for Assistants, Staying on top of the day to day and gaining recognition, Task Management|

Communicating your priorities better with the ‘rule of five’ One of my go-to tools for prioritising and managing my to-do list is Trello. I use the collaboration tool to manage all of my tasks and projects, and I [...]

Where do Assistants draw the line? Setting boundaries for Assistants

By |2021-06-03T12:34:26+01:00November 19th, 2020|Executive Assistant key strengths, Featured, Starting out as a new Assistant|

Where do you draw the line? Setting boundaries for Assistants Let's start with a question. Would you say that you are good at setting boundaries for Assistants? Here is an even more important question - [...]

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