Be A Linchpin
The My EA Career blog: Insightful executive assistant advice and practical knowledge
Imagine having the confidence to tackle any situation in your role, head on. Imagine you’ve got practical information at your fingertips and it’s backed by trusted, expert advice from someone that’s walked in your shoes. Someone that gets you and knows the complexities and pressures of working in an ever-changing role.
I’m really proud to introduce you to the My EA Career Blog, Be a Linchpin. Here you’ll find articles to guide you on your EA journey and help you develop the crucial skills you need to be successful. Each article is easy to read and understand and will empower you to stand out and stand up so you can become more than just an assistant.
- Books To Read
- Breast Cancer
- Emotional Intelligence
- Job Sharing
- My Career
- Self Improvement
- Tips & Techniques
I am a serial ‘over-thinker’. I anguish, I obsess, I dwell. This ability to use of copious amounts of perfectly good brain cells obsessing over whether I can do X (insert any number of activities that induce my imposter syndrome/fear of failure) is exhausting. It drains me and I know it drives everyone around me…
Liz Van Vliet
Liz works with executive and administrative assistants to equip them with the skills and confidence they need to influence more effectively and to demonstrate the leadership and interpersonal skills to make them a linchpin to their boss and organisation.