Let your employees give you a blueprint of how they learn best. Individuals process information differently—there is no single way to teach them to work smarter. This means you should ask your workers to describe how they mastered particularly challenging aspects of their jobs. Use their answers as the basis for teaching them something new. Example: If an office manager says that she learned payroll administration by observing her old boss, have her watch you demonstrate a new skill.
In the role of gatekeeper, assistants are a critical set of eyes and ears for their managers. But it's just as vital to be the voice, too. When assistants are empowered to speak up and take the lead in collaboration with their managers, the potential for increased productivity and professional growth is limitless....Click here to find out more.