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“I worked harder than what felt natural, I went outside of my comfort zones constantly, I always said yes despite wanting to say no.” This month’s EA showcase is […]
Capital EA Executive Assistant Retreat 2020 – I can’t wait! What better way to start a new year than with the planning of our Capital EA 2020 Retreat; to be […]
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This month’s EA showcase is all about the fabulous Jen Ironside, Executive Assistant to the CEO. Our goal is to raise the profile of EAs with a view to build […]
This month’s EA showcase is all about the fabulous Geraldine Rossiter, Executive Officer, Capital Health Network. Our goal is to raise the profile of EAs with a view to build […]
This month’s EA showcase is Harry Burgess, Executive Assistant at the Department of Finance. Our goal is to raise the profile of EAs with a view to build awareness of […]
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This month’s EA showcase is our very own Ashlee McLean, Executive Assistant to Managing Director of Capital EA, Ursula Kohler.
We hear all the time from our EA’s and PA’s that a key part of their success in a role is the fit between them and their Executive. Likewise, our Executives tell us the same thing.
‘Throughout my first week everything felt above my head. The building was huge and I feared I’d never learn all the acronyms! But time changed that.’
Working as a virtual assistant compared to an executive assistant has it’s bonuses like providing you with lots of flexibility and much diversity, but like many good things in life, there is always a flipside.