& Executive Support
While Executives grapple with global, competitive pressures and regulatory change to attain a distinct business advantage, effect Assistants must likewise comprehend the impact of these events on their roles. The Executive Assistant requires sophisticated levels of skills and purpose in achieving their goals. This is now a different career. From industry leader Melba J. Duncan, author or Harvard Business Review's "The Case for Executive Assistants" and the current book "EQ/IQ: Developing Leadership Intelligence for Effective Executive Support", here are three things you need to know.