As Chief of Staff, Hallie Warner works closely with the executive team to manage special projects, hire and grow talent, and maximize her executive’s reach through events and strategic communication.
In this episode of The Leader Assistant Podcast, Hallie and I talk about the differences between an Executive Assistant and a Chief of Staff, managing interruptions, writing a book, working too much, and what makes an assistant a leader.
Hallie and her executive, Adam Hergenrother co-authored the book, The Founder and the Force Multiplier.
A leader is best when people barely know he exists. When his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.
– Lao Tzu
About Hallie Warner
Hallie Warner is the Chief of Staff to Adam Hergenrother.
She has worked side-by-side with Adam for over eight years, ensuring that his vision is communicated and implemented.
As chief of staff, Hallie works closely with the executive team to manage special projects, hire and grow talent, and maximize Adam’s reach through events and strategic communication.
In her free time, Hallie pursues her hobbies: reading, blogging, kayaking, and traveling, preferably to the beach. She lives in Williston, Vermont, with her husband, Bill, and their dog, Karma.
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