Linda McFarland has supported a dozen CEOs in Silicon Valley and in this episode, Linda shares her decades of experience through stories that bring out the thoughtful lessons learned throughout her career.
Linda has more executive assistant experience than most, yet she is also one of the most humble Leader Assistants I’ve met. We chat about working at large and small companies, how your networking skills can impact your company’s bottom line, how to grow your confidence, manage conflict, and more!
If your actions create a legacy that inspires others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, then, you are an excellent leader.
– Dolly Parton’s slight revision of a John Quincy Adams’ quote.
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Linda McFarland brings her consummate professionalism, calm demeanor, and insightful sense of humor to her highly-acclaimed presentations and workshops. Having supported a dozen CEOs in Silicon Valley, Linda shares her decades of experience through stories that bring out the thoughtful lessons learned throughout her career. Her passion for sharing her knowledge and understanding with administrative professionals led her to launch a consulting company called Ascend2Success (now known as Linda McFarland Consulting) to develop educational and interactive training for administrative professionals, and become a published author (Linda’s most current book is “The Wizard Behind the CEO”). Learn more by visiting her website at lindamcfarland.com.
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