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 […]
Stress and the modern Executive Assistant: Why building resilience and focussing on your wellbeing is key to your success Did you know that the stress levels of an Executive Assistant […]
It all started with cucumbers… For that to make any sense, I need to back-track a bit. This is not a story about vegetables or sustainable gardening, but it is […]
Many who have met Ursula Kohler, Capital EA’s Managing Director, have been quick to recognise her as a rockstar EA. Her secret weapon? She oozes a warm communication style that […]
Ursula had the pleasure of meeting Ron Davis founder of Leadastray Designs. Ron creates unique, ornamental and functional works of art from lead. Ursula was most inspired by his handmade poppy’s, […]