Executive Assistants face challenges and problems every single day, sometimes every single minute. How are we going to plan a leadership summit this year that actually accomplishes a goal? How will we fit all these must-do meetings into the calendar for the London trip? How can we resolve this payroll emergency before anyone finds out? These are all questions Executive Assistants might face. (And these questions make up just a sampling of potential questions.)
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.
Owned by LogMeIn, this software has security features and a UI/UX that feels outdated and hinders the productivity of the end users. Parts of the platform feel like a legacy system, and although you have everything you need and more with Bold360, it’s just not as smooth or visually appealing as many of the new customer service chatbots on the market.
Employer branding is often an important component in hiring private staff. In the competitive personal assistant market, there is also the common risk of counter-offers from competitors and similar employers. When you partner with a respected specialist agency they give candidates a real insight into your business helping to represent you as the employer of choice.
Problems tend to make some people freak out and shrink up and then energize others and inspire them to spring to action. Executive Assistants that fit the second profile will thrive when it comes to the problem-solving aspect of EA roles. Problem-solving also appeals to people who love a good mystery or puzzle—people who will stop at nothing until they figure out the answer to their problem.
According to Grand View Research the global chatbot economy will total $1.25 billion by 2025. A survey done in 2016 by Oracle showed that 80% of business decision-makers said they already used chatbots or plan to use them by 2020. Chatbots.org lists more than 1,350 chatbots and virtual agents in use around the world. Many large brands have created fascinating bots that have hit it off with their customers and their target demographics. Most people already know or use chatbots in some form, such as Siri, Alexa, Cortana and Google Assistant.
With their ability to guide customers through the marketing funnel, keep people engaged after sales all the while adding personality to a company's brand, AI chatbots are adding new value to brands’ content marketing. These chatbots create more personalized experiences for customers by tailoring companies' responses and content to the customers' queries and interests, which aids reputation management. They are also cheap and can work around the clock without requiring human intervention.
Someone with a background in household management is more likely to have experience handling special events and dinner parties, overseeing other household staff, booking entertainment, making travel arrangements, and managing an executive’s busy calendar. They’re also more likely to have experience overseeing contractors, landscape professionals, and animal care specialists (e.g., equine caretakers).
No matter how important a task may be, if you get a mental block, it will continue to sit on your to-do list gathering dust. The great thing about a personal assistant is that you can choose one who has the strengths you yourself lack. If you’re great with numbers but rubbish at writing presentations, a personal assistant can help translate the data into a powerpoint doc for you. If you don’t do spell-check, they’ll catch any grammatical errors.