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Assist With Impact

If you're ready to be more proactive and be the "little hinge that can swing big doors" then this is a must-listen podcast. Join your host Liz Van Vliet and learn practical tips, strategies and insights that will help you move beyond being simply an order-taker.
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Now displaying: June, 2020
Jun 23, 2020

Mentoring is one of the most valuable things you can undertake. In this episode Liz shares her advice for finding a mentor and the key elements that need to exist for it to be a worthwhile experience for both mentor and mentee.

Jun 15, 2020

I prescribe to the view that respect cannot be demanded, it must be earned. Thinking that you "deserve" respect is a path to unhappiness and frustration. Instead, I recommend taking a proactive approach to earning respect that is based on the elements of my Knowing Assistant Framework:

- Knowing yourself

- Knowing your Power Skills

- Knowing your job

- Knowing your boss

- Knowing your organisation

You can read more about the Knowing Assistant Framework on my website myeacareer.com

In this episode I share 3 strategies for building respect that I've read about in a brilliant book by Peggy Vasquez "Not Just An Admin". I can highly recommend picking up a copy of this excellent personal development resource.

I also mention Lois P. Frankel's book "Nice Girls Still Don't Get The Corner Office".

Jun 1, 2020

Executive Assistants that I coach and mentor struggle with the feeling of not being in control. What I find is that it's not just a case of 'too much work' or 'not enough support'. When we feel overwhelmed or frazzled there are both internal and external factors at work. 

So I've created a workbook that steps you through identifying the inner and outer elements that are in play when you feel like you're really kicking goals (and when you're not).

You can download it at bit.ly/fromfrazzledtoflow

 

 

 

 

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