Keeping up with the demands of the Assistant role is never easy. When you work in a fast-paced environment, your to-do list can become neverending, and it can be hard to nail down the Executive Assistant skills and expertise that are required.
Assistants are often supporting more than one Executive, which means they have to manage conflicting priorities and work with schedules that already at capacity.
Assistants are asked to work on a vast multitude of tasks, and it requires them to have a variety of skills. There are never enough hours in the day, and it is a delicate balance for Assistants to work both strategically and practically while streamlining process and procedures, adding value and being seen as an asset to the organisation.
Here at Practically Perfect PA, we have been working with Assistants to make sure they have a high-level understanding of the fundamental Executive Assistant skills and expertise required in the role. We also offer advice and tips on the skills necessary for Assistants to work on strategic, advanced project-based work where they can add a tremendous amount of value.
There are so many tasks that Assistants are asked to work on, and there are so many skills required to be a c-suite level Assistants to a senior Executive. It can be daunting, especially for new Assistants or those making their way up the career ladder.
That’s where we come in.
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