Happy Episode 50 of The Leader Assistant Podcast! I’m excited to chat with Lindsay Taylor, a former EA/PA turned award-winning author, coach, and trainer for administrative professionals.
Lindsay and I talk about how to say no, how executives can get more out of their assistants, networking with other assistants, Winnie the Pooh networking, and how our words have an impact on others.
Here are a few of the articles Lindsay mentioned on the show…
- The HELLO Strategy to Networking
- Associations across the Globe for our profession
- To the new wave of EAs – advice from my own career journey
- Why you’re not getting the recognition you deserve and what to do about it
- Abracadabra – The Magic of Words
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The same boiling water that softens the potato hardens the egg. It’s about what you’re made of, not the circumstances.
– Author Unknown
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Former Executive Assistant with first-hand experience of the role, Lindsay is Director of Your Excellency Limited a UK based training and coaching organization. Lindsay is an award-winning author, coach and trainer renowned for her energetic workshops, training and speaking sessions.
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