Helping You To Be Perceived As An Indispensable Executive Assistant

It takes a mindset shift to be perceived as an INDISPENSABLE Assistant.

Indispensable Assistants want to form a true partnership with their executive. You are in the right place if you want to understand the behaviours and values that will help you be regarded as indispensable to your manager.

Listen to the Being Indispensable podcast to hear interviews with indispensable assistants themselves, insights from executives and business leaders who share what they value in their indispensable assistants and join Liz as she explores the skills and leadership development required to build a true partnership with your executive.

Shift your mindset and identify the actions that you need to take to be regarded as indispensable to your manager.





What Is An Indispensable Assistant?

Some people mistake indispensable for irreplaceable. They’re not the same thing. I am acutely aware that we are all replaceable having almost died due to Breast Cancer. To be indispensable means that you are so good and efficient at your job, that your boss and co-workers don’t want to imagine replacing you, You are the go-to person, the linchpin as marketer and best-selling author Seth Godin calls it.

You are counted on. You don’t just get things done, you take the ball and run with it. You proactively manage ambiguity and uncertain situations execute with purpose and clarity.

You understand who is doing what, why they’re doing it and why it’s important.

Indispensable Executive Assistants and Office Professionals want to dig deeper, they simply can’t help themselves. They also think about the work that matters to the company and its success. They are strategic thinkers as well as effective operators and they invest in developing their ‘power’ skills (otherwise known as soft skills) because they understand that they are the key to differentiating themselves and delivering as a Power Assistant.

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Executive Assistant

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Deborah Lopes

Executive Assistant

My vision is to build a tribe of Executive Assistants who feel empowered and inspired to show up as indispensable. I love being able to deliver training and coaching to help them transform themselves and the way they see their role. I believe in progress over perfection. In being kind to yourself because after all, we are human beings, not human doings. Providing a path to help individuals show up differently and deliver greater value and return on investment to their employer is a thrill for me.

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You Really Don't Want To Say No!

Saying "No" to this pop up form is something I bet you can do quite easily. But if you're like most Executive Assistants I come across, saying "No" at work is a different story.

The trick is to be able to say "No" without actually using the word! So I've created this simple cheat sheet giving you 5 Ways To Say "No" Without Using The Word "No".

All I need is your email address and your name and the cheat sheet will be flying through cyber-space to your inbox before you can say indispensable!

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