Welcome to this episode of our podcast, where we'll be diving into the post-pandemic workplace and discussing how to overcome the challenges facing both staff and leaders.
Our guest is the internationally acclaimed speaker and trainer, Bonnie Low-Kramen, who has just released her latest book, Staff Matters. Drawing from her extensive experience as the Personal Assistant to Oscar-winning actress Olympia Dukakis for 25 years, Bonnie offers a unique perspective on workplace dynamics and solutions. With over a decade of experience in teaching and speaking across 13 countries and 38 states, Bonnie is a sought-after expert in the field. Join us as we uncover what's really going on in the modern workplace and how we can all adapt to succeed.
She is now a CEO herself, employs an assistant, and is globally recognized as one of the most respected leaders in the profession and an expert on workplace issues, especially those regarding assistants. Bonnie is sought after to speak about building ultimate partnerships between executives and assistants.
In 2022, Bonnie made her TEDx debut with “The Real Reasons People Quit.” Her writing has appeared in Harvard Business Review and her work was featured as the Forbes cover story in May 2019. Corporate clients include the Wharton School of Business, Starbucks, Amazon, Rutgers University Business School, University of Chicago Business School, Campbell Soup, and British Parliament. Bonnie holds a BA from Rutgers University in New Jersey.
Bonnie´s take-home tips:
They will be validated to know that they deserve to be respected, valued, paid fairly, and offered professional development opportunities in the workplace.
In this episode, Bonnie and I explore the questions and issues around the following:
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