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If you're effective and execute work flawlessly with integrity and style, you might want to contact someone like Melba Duncan.

Duncan, founder of the Duncan Group, specializes in finding top-notch assistants for top-level executives. As such, she helps her clients find admins with the leadership, team-building and management skills to fill the elite role of "executive management assistant" (a term she uses to distinguish between the often-overused "executive assistant").

Another reason you may need Duncan's help: "This is one of the most difficult jobs to put on paper," says Duncan, author of The New Executive Assistant (McGraw-Hill). Most of the key skills necessary for executive management assistant positions don't show up on a mechanical résumé and are impossible to detail in a job description, Duncan says.

Duncan asks candidates to write a narrative "professional summary" showing the stepladder of their career. Here's...(register to read more)

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