You have decided you need a virtual assistant. Now what? You should take the time to determine exactly what tasks you would like to delegate to a VA. Depending on your needs and comfort level there are probably a lot of tasks that can be automated with a little help.
These questions are a great place to start to help you find the “right” fit for you and your business!
- How long have you worked as a Virtual Assistant?
- What’s your background, experience, and do you have a specific skill set?
- What are your strengths and weaknesses?
- Do you have clients that are comparable to my company?
- What are your main communication methods?
- What do you enjoy the most about your work?
- How quickly do you usually respond to emails during your working hours?
- What security measures do you have in place?
- You have a deadline when your computer suddenly crashed. What would you do?
- What are some of the training you’ve had that make you good at ______ (name specific skill/skills you are looking for)?
Remember, there are no right and wrong answers. A virtual assistant is an extension of your business and you should listen to what they can do as well as what they are willing to do.
We need to know what tasks you want to delegate and how our prior experience can help you.