Mindful drawing, puzzles and reading are some of the best brain activities we can do to reduce our stress and help manage anxiety; And let’s be honest, we’ve all had […]
Employees feel work-related stress when they are faced with work demands and pressures that challenge their knowledge and abilities. There are many possible causes for this kind of stress, including […]
EA Showcase | Casey-Marie De Veau started the EA position as a stop-gap, and now here we are 10 years later!
Please introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about your current role. What does a normal day look like for you? I have recently moved with my boss to […]
As we integrate back into the office following isolation from the Covid-19 Pandemic, we asked Margie Hartley to share her thoughts on how teams can come back together and re-engage […]
3 tips to improve your wellness while working in a sedentary job By Eliane Haski Yoga Teacher, business owner and movement specialist. Sitting at a desk all day, staring […]
What does my new online framework really look like? Being online and visible are two very different things, as you’ve probably already discovered, there’s generally more ease with being online […]
Just wanted to spread the word about what Board Secretariat support Capital EA can help you or your colleagues out with.
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.
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.
As an Executive Assistant your job is to aid the executive do his/her job to the best of their ability, although more times than not the job is often understated and not given the ‘round of applause’ that it so rightly deserves.
What does it take be an EA? I meet a lot of admin professionals who tell me they dream of becoming an EA one day. I always say, follow your […]
Networking: JUST DO IT I remember precisely the day that I decided to get out of my comfort zone and ‘network’. I had signed up to an event, was petrified […]