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5 Top Behind-the-Scenes Assistants

Game-changing leadership secrets from a celebrity assistant
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5 top behind-the-scenes assistants

Behind every great leader is a great executive assistant. Rachel Feintzeig of The Wall Street Journal took a look at some prestigious executive assistants and how they help their high-profile bosses succeed.

10 game-changing secrets to leadership for admins.

1. The stage mom. NBCUniversal President Edward Swindler's former executive assistant D'Andra Galarza worked hard to make sure her boss's needs were met, including stocking his office with his favorite snacks and waking up before dawn to make sure he caught an early flight. "You work very, very hard … so that they can shine and they can do their best," Galarza says. "You're kind of the stage mom."

2. The right-hand woman. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's former executive assistant Anikka Fragodt attended meetings on his behalf and educated other staff members about his wishes. Fragodt says she could anticipate Zuckerberg's needs in a single look, and he says "Anikka helped me become a better CEO."

3. The secret keeper. Michelle Parise, an executive assistant for Pinterest co-founders Ben Silbermann and Evan Sharp, is often looped in on confidential information long before any of her colleagues. For example, she knew about the company being valued at $3.8 billion before it went public.

Learn from a celebrity assistant why — and how — admins should step up as leaders within their roles. Tap into limitless professional growth...

4. The encourager. The former CEO of Baxter International developed a more personal relationship with his staff, including writing personal emails after receiving encouragement to do so from his assistant.

5. The reader. Melba Duncan got her start working as an assistant to Lehman Bros. executive son. She says when he would come to work with a book, she would immediately buy and read the same one. Now, as president of Duncan Group, a training and recruiting firm for executive assistants, Duncan says bosses are looking for assistants who are educated about global affairs and who can help guide decisions.

— Adapted from "The Most Powerful Person in the Office," Rachel Feintzeig, The Wall Street Journal.

Bonnie Low-Kramen — personal assistant to Oscar-winning actress Olympia Dukakis for 25 years — knows from experience that it is increasingly necessary for assistants to step up as leaders within their roles. And she wants to tell you how.

Join us January 6 for Game-Changing Leadership Secrets from a Celebrity Assistant. In this fast-paced 75-minute session, you'll discover:
  • 10 game-changing secrets to leadership
  • What "going above and beyond" really means
  • Bonnie Low-KramenHow leadership works in a support role
  • Approaches to build healthy, productive and respectful relationships between assistants and managers, and assistants and fellow staff
  • Importance of mentoring as a key to success
  • Speaking up and finding your voice
  • Ways leadership can transform your career
Bonnie's high energy and inspiring presentation will focus on the ways to leverage your powerful role and relationships resulting in a renewed commitment to excellence and superior results. Ask your question directly to Bonnie. Register today!
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