So much is changing and evolving, it is enough to make anyone’s head spin – even a powerful CEO. Now is the time to have a steady and confident partner to be at your side supporting you flawlessly.
At the end of the day, the main goal for an Executive Assistant is to give the CEO the gift of time to do things that are important to him or her outside of work. To make this possible, EAs must fully understand the Executive’s professional priorities. With hundreds – often thousands – of people depending on a CEO to make the correct decisions to keep his or her company afloat and progressing, most Executives feel enormous amounts of stress daily. Now, with COVID keeping them at home, responsibilities outside of work blur together with means that must be met when (?) leading an entire company. Two out of three of the suggestions from chiefexecutive.net in an article called How Not To Burn Out In A Time Of Crisis instruct CEOs to “delegate with trust” and “listen to your people.” Delegated tasks begin with the Executive Assistant, who must keep business running smoothly during the current crisis by using communication and thinking outside the box.