Anne-Marie Staples has over 20 years of administrative experience supporting business professionals from the director to CEO level. She models a work hard-play hard ethic as founder of the company classroom instruments band and ringer of the office cowbell because, as SNL taught us, who doesn’t need “more cowbell!”
In this episode, Anne-Marie shares some tips on cultivating company culture, growing your internal network, managing email, what executives should look for in an assistant, and more.
Culture is a thousand things, a thousand times. It’s living the core values when you hire; when you write an email; when you are working on a project; when you are walking in the hall.
– Brian Chesky, Founder & CEO, Airbnb
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An experienced administrative professional, Anne-Marie is passionate about workplace culture and building connections to not only make the office atmosphere more enjoyable, but to positively impact the success of the company.
With over 20 years of administrative experience supporting business professionals from the director to CEO level, Anne-Marie models a work hard-play hard ethic as founder of the company classroom instruments band and ringer of the office cowbell because, as SNL taught us, who doesn’t need “more cowbell!”
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