The magic of a strong partnership.

Let’s start the essential discussion on how busy executives like yourself can make the most of their virtual assistants. Here are three common sources of frustration from your virtual assistant.

  • I am not clear on how to be useful to my executive.

  • The responsibilities and duties of assistants are not well understood by the leaders in our organization, including HR.

  • I am contemplating resignation because I believe I am capable of handling more challenging responsibilities and feel unstimulated by my current workload.

If you’ve made it this far, it’s likely because you’re seeking guidance on how to effectively collaborate with a Virtual Assistant. You’re in luck because this resource, written by two seasoned industry experts, is precisely what you need. To save you time. Regardless of who we are, where we reside, or how wealthy we are, we all have just 24 hours per day. The question then becomes: how do we make the most of that time?If you’re feeling overwhelmed by your workload and important tasks are slipping through the cracks, hiring a Virtual Assistant can be the solution to most, if not all, of your problems. As the saying goes, if you don’t have an assistant, you are one.

While a VA’s work can appear almost magical at times, the process of arriving at that level of performance is neither mysterious nor magical. It takes time, effort, and commitment to build a strong partnership, just like any important human-to-human relationship.

This is especially true in today’s volatile workplace, which is made even more complex by remote and virtual work environments spread across different time zones. Andrew and Nicole tackle these unprecedented demands with practical examples and empathetic understanding. One of the most valuable takeaways from this is the importance of empathy and how the best VAs understand the challenges of being a leader.

The most effective virtual assistants work to free their leaders from unnecessary work while also leveraging their unique expertise and skills. When a leader and a VA are truly in sync, a magical multiplication of performance can occur.

Andrew and Nicole’s insights are informed by their own experiences. We recognize that every executive/VA partnership is unique and requires intentional effort to find “the right one.” This book proves that taking the time to identify what you need in a VA and empowering them to help you achieve your goals will yield tremendous benefits, including gaining back precious time in your day, the assurance that your priorities are being handled, and the freedom to pursue what truly matters to you. That’s the magic of a strong VA-executive partnership.