Renee Viens is a mom to two growing boys, and an EA living and working in the Boston area with 20 years of experience–15 of them in the C-suite.
Enjoy my conversation with Renee as we talk about burnout, professional development, building a strong partnership with your executive, and more.
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Leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders.
– Tom Peters
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Renee Viens is a mom to two growing boys, as well as an EA living and working in the Boston area with 20 years of experience–15 of them in the C-suite. She enjoys mentoring and coaching assistants to help them map, visualize and accomplish their career goals. One of her purposeful habits is learning something new on a regular basis, and she loves sharing tips and tricks to make our EA lives easier! She’s excited to be a part of global and local EA communities where they network and support learning and growth.
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