Question: I am an Executive Assistant who works for a small non-for profit organization (65 employees). We had a CEO who was recently asked to resign (November). We have six Directors and one was asked to be Interim President & CEO while a search firm conducts a search for a new president.The Acting President, whom I am supposed to be an assistant to, will not include me in any information. It appears that everything is a secret. I can't help if I don't know what is going on. I spend my days doing research for her department and not any Executive Assistant duties. My concern is: When they hire a permanent President, I will not be able to support and help him because I won't know what has happened in the past six months.
Please give me some advice on how to address this issue. -- Anonymous
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