Suzanne Daniels is a former opera singer turned career executive assistant. She has extensive experience in providing the highest level of service in New York & Internationally.
Suzanne talks about what it means to see yourself as a career executive assistant, how to manage an inbox, putting together a business case when asking for professional development, and building a company culture.
I appreciate Suzanne’s passion for elevating the role of an assistant and helping others see the role as more than just a stepping stone. Enjoy our conversation!
Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.
– Dr. Suess, The Lorax
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Suzanne Daniels is a former opera singer turned career executive assistant. She has extensive experience in providing the highest level of service in New York & Internationally. Most notably supporting the Managing Partner of Nobu Restaurants Worldwide, The President of Quirky, The Vice Chair of GE and currently, the VP of Sales Productivity at LinkedIn.
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