This episode is for the “figure it out people.” The ones who don’t need to be told what to do in order to make some really great things happen.
I know from experience that when you work as an Executive Assistant, you can be asked to help your Executive with almost everything. Planning a funeral, catching and relocating a groundhog, or revising an itinerary when a lunch and a flight conflict.
How do you make it work? Well, you figure it out.
Today, I want to talk about why as a Leader it’s OK and important to want to work with people who are capable of “figuring it out.”
In today’s episode you’ll hear:
- Why as a Leader it’s OK and important to want to work with people who are capable of “figuring it out.”
- How your team can exceed your expectations when you don’t solve problems for them.
- Why not everything is fair game to ask of your assistant — boundaries are important!
- How to empower your team to make decisions on your behalf, while allowing mistakes to happen.
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