Jan Jones, Author
Jan Jones is founder and president of Jan Jones Worldwide, a bespoke speakers bureau which evolved from her industry experience as executive assistant to author and personal development icon, Tony Robbins.

Do you really need an executive assistant? If you're reading this book, the answer is most likely a resounding 'Yes!'

Executives often fail to capitalize on the immense resource sitting right outside their office in the person of an exceptional executive assistant. That solutions-oriented individual who adds value by enhancing the executive's productivity, elevating their performance and functioning as their indispensable business partner and 'right arm.'

As you read this book, you will discover the genesis of the formidable talents that are the hallmark of exceptional assistants, and understand the value they can bring to you. Throughout the book you will hear from dozens of executives and close to one hundred assistants, who gave the author a candid look into their day-to-day activities, the expectations and demands on the executive-assistant relationship, as well as their advice for how executives and assistants can work successfully and productively together. As you read about these assistants, you will begin to understand why you should not settle for anything less than a stellar assistant who knows what you need and how to give it to you, who will smooth out your life and make your workday a rewarding experience.

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Why You Need an Expert Assistant

HR needs transformational thinking when recruiting exec assistants

HR recruiters have not educated themselves about this special category of assistants.

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The CEO’s Secret Weapon: A Second Self

In The Effective Executive, Peter Drucker wrote “The executive is, first of all, expected to get the right things done”. Long before Drucker uttered those famous words, generations of astute executives were working in trusted partnerships with assistants who constantly asked “What needs to be done and how do I make it happen?”

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What Crucial Skills Does an Assistant Need to Support Someone Like Tony Robbins?

©Jan Jones 2018. Jan Jones retains all rights to her intellectual property expressed in this video. All Rights Reserved.

This is a frank, spontaneous, unedited, late-night interview response to a question I was asked by Secretary.it magazine about “How does an assistant even begin to support someone like Tony Robbins. What does it take?”

My response is about the role of the executive assistant supporting Tony Robbins. It is NOT a video about Tony Robbins per se.

Beyond skills, it takes an enterprising mindset and a passionate heart to support someone like Tony Robbins. If you are an executive assistant looking to raise the bar on your performance, this video is for you. If you are an executive who knows intrinsically that you can be getting much higher levels of support from your assistant, this video is for you.

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