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As assistants we constantly have anything and everything thrown at us, so we must prepare ourselves by having the best tools to call upon at a moment's notice. This site is designed to give you the advice and resources to help you perform at the highest level. 

October 5, 2018

"71% of senior managers find meetings to be unproductive and inefficient." As assistants, we can help avoid this statistic. From planning, to set up, to the actual live meeting, we can help ensure a better meeting experience across the board.

November 4, 2017

Diana Brandl shares her tips on how to successfully assist executives in the C-Suite.

May 13, 2017

Trying to organize business trips can be a tough task especially in unknown cities that you may not have visited yourself. Here are some great venue options in London that can help you with your planning.

Meeting planning is often times a huge part of any assistant role. I came across a great guide recently that would be a fantastic resource for any assistant to keep handy.

August 26, 2016

If many of you are like me, you never received formal training on how to take meeting notes. You might have pieced together how to do this, had a little direction from the person requesting the task or have just "winged it," so I wanted to share some tips tha...

August 19, 2016

If you do not have recurring check-in meetings scheduled with the person you support, I want to share some reasons why they are helpful to have. 

Asking questions

I recommend keeping a list of non-urgent questions and asking them during this time. It is easy an...

July 22, 2016

No one else is going to keep as detailed of a record of your accomplishments as you are, so I hope these resources help you to start your own handy reference. You never know when they will be needed!

April 7, 2016

For those of you who do not use placeholders in your executive's calendar, I want to share some great uses I have found for these.

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