Debbie Gross is an author, trainer and coach in administrative excellence with over 30 years working in the field.
Debbie shares the story of how she ended up working with John Chambers, the former CEO of Cisco. She was employee number 564 when she started, and when she left Cisco, they had over 73,000 employees. Debbie also talks about a “3 D” technique she used for managing her executive’s email: Delete, Do, and Defer.
Enjoy and be sure to check out Debbie’s book -> The Office Rockstar Playbook: How I Leveled Up as an Executive Assistant and Helped My CEO Build a Multibillion-Dollar Company.
Leaders become great not because of their power but because of their ability to empower others.
– John Maxwell
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Debbie Gross is an author, trainer and coach in administrative professional excellence with over 30 years working in the administrative profession and was formerly the Chief Executive Assistant to the CEO of Cisco. She is considered a leader and champion for the administrative professional, creating programs and initiatives that focus on recognition, mentorship, guiding company policies, encouraging teamwork and continual development and skill improvement. Having received the Colleen Barrett Award by the Admin Awards of Silicon Valley, the highest award given for administrative excellence, she is a passionate advocate for the administrative profession.
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