Brain Food: Ten ways to ... work well with a P.A

by Guy Browning
Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Tell them how you work best

Find out how they work best

Communicate regularly and fully

Surrender your diary or keep it yourself

Don't mess with lunch breaks

Pay them what they're worth to you

Give ample notice of major crises

Don't give them dry cleaning or dirty laundry

Groom them for greater things

Never delegate stress

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