[Easemakers Podcast E20] Growing from nanny to household and estate manager
Are you in a nanny or family assistant role, aspiring to be an estate manager? In this episode of the Easemakers Podcast, Brianna Shute shares how she grew from being a nanny to an estate manager as her principals' needs changed.
Brianna Shute has spent her entire career in private service — but over the years, she’s grown and evolved, right alongside her principals’ families. She started out as a nanny and a family assistant, but knew someone needed to take on the role of managing the household.
She started taking on more and more, and over time, she became an estate manager. For the last 10 years, she’s worked with the same family, but her role has changed completely.
In the latest episode of the Easemakers Podcast, Brianna shares the story of how she went from nanny to estate manager, and how she’s navigated that growth path while staying with the same principals.
Tune in to hear:
- Why Brianna knew something in the household needed to change
- How she and her team brought more structure to the home
- Her advice for aspiring estate managers
Plus, don’t miss some big news about our brand new household operations workshop! Like Brianna, so many people learn household operations on the job — but wouldn’t it be great to have a little help getting started? Check out our new 3-week course, designed to give you a basic understanding of modern household management. Class starts October 19 — we hope to see you there!
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The Easemakers Podcast is presented by Nines, household management software and services built for discerning households and the private service professionals who support them.