Amber Sullivan is a career EA with more than 15 years of experience supporting c-suite and senior executives.
In this episode of The Leader Assistant Podcast, Amber talks about leading a team of assistants, working with admins who lack ambition, balancing the demands of a fast-paced work environment with a fast-paced home life, and being honest during the interview process.
Management is about doing things right, leadership is about doing the right things.
– Peter Drucker
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Amber Sullivan is a career EA with more than 15 years of high level executive support and maintaining strategic partnerships with C-Suite and senior leaders. When she’s not acting as chaos coordinator in the office, she’s doing so at home with her 5 boys and husband.
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