Help you develop management skills: An added but often overlooked benefit of hiring a personal assistant is the learning opportunities their presence provides. Through everyday interaction, you’ll hone your skills as an effective delegator and communicator. This can help you become a better leader and manager over time, especially if you nurture open communication with your PA and are open to receiving feedback.
“Burnout” is a phrase that’s thrown around so often it’s lost some of its impact. Yet any entrepreneur or CEO who’s experienced burnout knows just how debilitating it can be. So how do you avoid it? Many will agree that the first step is delegation. Ensuring there are other hands to pick up tasks that you just don’t have enough hours to do. When you begin delegating to a virtual assistant it’s like paying money into a bank of time and energy. That you can easily reclaim, ensuring your account doesn’t run on empty.
Executive Assistants find out what’s going on before almost anyone else. They sit it on key meetings, offer input on critical decisions, and liaise with multiple teams and even partner companies. Executive Assistants are probably among the first to find out when a CEO decides to leave the company. (After all, they’ll probably be critical to making plans for figuring out what to do when the big boss actually leaves.) EAs will probably also hear first if say—leadership decides it’s time to pick a new office space; they’ll be front and center in that process as well.
The term chatbot comes from “chatterbot,” a name coined by its inventor, Michael Mauldin, in 1994. He created the first chatbot named Julia. A chatbot (also known as a talkbot, bot, IM bot, intelligent chatbot, conversation bot, AI conversation bot, artificial conversation entity, or virtual talk chatbot) is a computer program or an artificial intelligence which conducts a conversation via auditory or textual methods.
We mentioned above that Executive Assistants get to work with everyone. Well, Executive Assistants also get to do a little bit of everything. As true champions of every aspect of the success of their companies, Executive Assistants constantly jump in to support the company leaders they serve in any way they can. This means they end up truly doing anything and everything.