Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Executive Assistant in Chicago:
"Be ready for multitasking."
This is the right job for you can handle multiple people and don't get frustrated easy.
Executive Assistant in Edison:
"Only build others up."
Working with other Executive Assistants to empower each other and build each other up can only accomplish great things for the organization.
Executive Assistant in Raleigh:
"When I started 13 years ago."
This job is not hard but can be challenging. It's all about balance. The key is being organized and keeping notes and deadlines.
Executive Assistant in Nashville:
"Truth about work load."
Make sure to ask management styles, some are more needy than others, and when you support different roles and have different projects due at same time, clarify with senior execs that you are working on other projects and when do they REALLY need the project done. This will cause you less stress.
Train them to respect your time, you are not just sitting around.
Executive Assistant in North Andover:
Be professional, on time and dress appropriately. Never gossip or relay any information you may be privy to.
Executive Assistant in New York:
"Make your Voice Heard."
The Real Estate industry is a life style! Your strengths rival wall street with the love for challenge, personal flexibility, committed to deliver, and all with a smile providing 5 Star Level Customer Service. You are the front line, face, secret gun of the executive you are assisting.
If you attached yourself to a star and they are also a good person they will take care of you from work hour flexibility and helping to achieve that work like balance after building trust.
Skills: Organization, On the Spot Decision making, Microsoft Office, basic accounting, any type of marketing experience is a plus (adobe software for print marketing), ability to communicate effectively verbally and written.
Executive Assistant in Memphis:
"How In Depth the position really was in daily Operations."
Stay Focused and true to yourself. Integrity is a quality that will never go unnoticed.