To help attain and stay motivated, executives can share their outlook at the beginning of each year with their executive assistant. This step is pivotal in carving out the time in the weekly schedule to focus on the areas that will bring the most value throughout the day.
When organizations understand the role an EA can play in making a difference in an executive’s overall schedule and building a partnership, then the emphasis shifts from quantity to quality. Thus, bridging the gap in acknowledging the EAs ability to take decisive action is hard work, not magic.
Going beyond the traditional office, the digital transformation age brings increased global connectivity, integration, and interdependence in the economic, social, technological, cultural, and political spheres — organizations need to reshape their business model and strategy to conform to the #newwaytowork.
How prepared are you for the 2020 workforce? The years ahead present exciting opportunities in the digital landscape but also media channels as technology evolves and spans across enterprise social networking — are you ready?
As the future of work transforms business operations and the smart office begins to roll out across corporations, the executive assistant (EA) is currently hard at work to excel beyond the change curve.