The business environment has changed a great deal in the last 15 years, when your business is not firing on all cylinders due to staff shortages or training this can place the organisation at a competitive disadvantage. In come the virtual assistants…
So my time of working with small children at home has come to an end. I feel like it’s the end of an era but more than likely the start of the next part of our journey.
For many entrepreneurs, the reality of time off during their summer holidays is not very relaxing. Here are just some of the responsibilities that could be outsourced to a Virtual Assistant whilst you take some time out
Award-winning regional businesswoman shares message of hope to parents of children with additional needs
An award-winning Warwickshire-based businesswoman hopes to use her most recent award win to highlight that having a child with additional needs doesn’t necessarily rule out having a successful career.
If you’re working all the hours possible because you have so much on your plate then the chances are that, in the broader scheme of things, you are just spinning your wheels. It’s very difficult to see the bigger picture and to plan future success of the business when you’re so involved in day-to-day and nitty-gritty stuff.
With effective delegation your business will become far less reliant on your time, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the new opportunities that present themselves. Here’s how to delegate effectively.
Five things to try to maximise your time and increase your productivity.
Should you undertake professional development? An overview of what it has helped me achieve and how I’m a better virtual assistant because of it.
The Virtual Assistant industry is growing at a rapid rate as more and more businesses, small and large, realise the benefit of outsourcing. How can you be sure that the VA you are potentially sharing the deepest insights of your business with is credible?
The day to day juggle of being a VA Business Owner and Mum to a daughter with Down’s Syndrome.