My first interview episode of 2020 is with Amanda Vinci, Founder and CEO of The EA Institute. It was fun interviewing Amanda from the other side of the world (she’s in Melbourne, Australia, I’m in St. Louis, MO).
Amanda is an internationally accredited coach and trainer, Meta Dynamics Practitioner, Accredited EDISC Consultant, and International Keynote Speaker.
We talk about mentors, mistakes, recognizing and avoiding burnout, developing leadership skills, and Amanda also shares what she’s up to with The EA Institute. Enjoy!
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One of the most inspirational and empowering Executive Assistant trainers in Australasia, Amanda started out as an entry level administrator 14 years ago in Perth, Western Australia. She has since gone from Senior Executive Assistant to Executive Coach and in 2017 founded The EA Institute, a global consultancy and training institute – industry leaders when it comes to creating high performing partnerships between EA’s and their Executives and strong EA Leaders. Their unique approach focuses on three main areas; developing thinking, challenging behavior and elevating leadership skills, which has a significant impact on their effectiveness, performance and overall experience of contribution.
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