Own Your Influence I help executive assistants grow and advance their careers. Learn More Become Exceptional My purpose is to show administrative professionals how to become exceptional so that the executive they support recognizes and rewards their role as a business partner. Time, Clarity & Confidence What would your workday look like if you had more time, clarity and confidence to get things DONE?
Administrative excellence is about being a strategic business partner. I offer the following ways for us to work together to uplevel your skills.
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About Debbie

Debbie is an advocate, teacher, and speaker with over 30 years of experience in the administrative profession. As the former Chief Executive Assistant to the CEO of Cisco, a Fortune 500 company based in Silicon Valley, she increased her CEO’s productivity by 40%.

Early her career, she realized she had a knack for connecting the dots. She tapped into her intuition and built the courage to take risks that would take her role — her executive and her company — to the next level. As the Chief Executive Assistant, she designed career development training, recognition programs and oversaw over 1,000 assistants across the globe. She is most proud of receiving the Colleen Barrett Award, which is the highest recognition given for administrative excellence by the Admin Awards of Silicon Valley.

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