How do you let your team know you need an executive assistant? What team members need to be involved? Do you need to get approval from key stakeholders?
Key Points to Address
Below are some key points to address and a sample letter for your use.
- The company is growing, and there is an increase in daily chaos and tasks to be managed.
- Hiring an executive assistant will significantly benefit both myself and the company as a whole.
- This individual will act as a “chaos whisperer,” efficiently organizing my schedule and delegating tasks to ensure everything runs smoothly.
- An executive assistant will be a valuable asset by undertaking essential projects and research.
So, let’s take these key points and write your team. Just copy and paste it onto your company letterhead.
As our business grows, I have noticed an increase in the daily chaos and tasks I manage. After careful consideration, hiring an executive assistant will significantly benefit the company and me.
This individual will act as a “chaos whisperer,” efficiently organizing my schedule and delegating tasks to ensure everything runs smoothly. An executive assistant will be a valuable asset by undertaking essential projects and research.
I understand the cost of bringing onboard another team member may seem daunting at first, but I am confident that the benefits far outweigh any initial expenses. The executive assistant I am considering works on a fractional basis, so the cost is manageable and can be increased or decreased as needed.
Please let me know your thoughts on this matter. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Sincerely, (Your Name)
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