It is more efficient to have a human being to manage the CEO’s time than a bot that you have to learn and still meddle with. Let’s talk about why CEOs should let the Assistant be responsible for learning and managing the technology.
If you take a moment to observe the people who stand next to business leaders and even famous entertainers or politicians, I can almost guarantee there is an Executive Assistant within earshot of every noteworthy person you see. Focusing on the numerous elements of a thriving organization can only be done effectively if top talent uses his or her time correctly, which starts with allocating certain tasks to a separate individual. This person is so much more than a scheduling robot or productivity application. Executive Assistants support high level professionals physically and mentally. These human beings benefit leaders by equipping them with skills he or she does not have time to utilize.