Personal Note from Julie: The Delicate Details of Organizing Others

Jan 22, 2016 | Uncategorized

One organizational challenge admins often share with us is their trouble keeping their executives organized. And sometimes this can be harder than keeping yourself organized.

Throughout my career, I’ve worked with a lot of executives who I’ve tried to help organize. While there have been good and bad experiences, they’ve all helped me gain a better appreciation for the delicate nature of developing systems that work with a person’s unique organizational style and personality type.

This week’s feature article highlights some strategies you can apply if organizing your executive is something you struggle with. It’s also helpful if you have an executive who needs to get organized and can’t figure it out on their own. Just make sure he or she is willing to accept your help in doing so. Diving in and doing it for them isn’t going to do anyone any good most times.

You can also find additional information, tips, and resources on organizing your executive and other people on your team on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages this week.

Supporting your administrative success,


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