This episode of The Leader Assistant Podcast features Nick Ginsburg, who is Executive Assistant to the Provost and Senior VP at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
I’ve never met Nick before (he’s in Australia, I’m in Missouri), but he took a risk and “raised his hand” to be a guest on the podcast.
Because we are both EAs, it felt like we’d known each other for a while even though this interview was our first time speaking. Nick had great things to share from his experience so I’m thankful he reached out to share a bit of his story!
What’s the lesson in all this?
Assistants, YOU HAVE A STORY TO TELL, so get out there and tell it!
Speaking of… if YOU would like to be a guest on the podcast, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll see if we can make it happen!
Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.
– Steve Jobs
About Nick Ginsburg
Nick Ginsburg is the Executive Assistant to the Provost and Senior Vice-President at Monash University. In April of 2018, to bring Executive Assistants together to establish a knowledge sharing forum, Nick launched the Monash University Executive Assistant Network to help build a repository of best practices and a sense of community.
He has led key initiatives as part of this network to support the uplift of the capabilities of their EAs through specialized training and development programs, and social networking events.
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