How often do you think about the simple joys in life, like laughing? Thanks to my conversation with Key Account Executive of the Year Dahnell, I am not only more aware of all of the small things that factor into success, I also have a new outlook on life.
Sometimes you have to roll your sleeves up and “make it happen.” This phrase has become synonymous with Operations Manager of the Year. Sean epitomizes the can-do attitude and leadership necessary to drive the day-to-day Market Center operation.
Talking to and learning from new people each week is always the best part of my job. I have met individuals I could talk to for hours and those who I would recommend to others as experts in their field. This week, I had the chance to connect with someone who classifies as both.
What does success mean for you? Some associate money with success. Others value promotions and titles. For Route Sales Manager of the Year, Louis, success – and happiness – comes from being able to affect change in his role.
In the past 20 years, the way we communicate has changed. The rise of technology has eliminated the need and practice of face to face interaction to the point where many avoid it. This week I had the opportunity to sit down with Marshall, 2019 Business Development Manager of the Year.
2020. Hopefully you have your goals in place and are ready for 366 new opportunities. At The Beat, our theme for the New Year is “put in the work.”
We in Refreshment Services are fortunate enough to feature a catalog of equipment that can truly turn a breakroom into a destination. However, these machines are only useful when they are running properly. For the times they aren’t, we trust our outstanding service teams to diagnose the problem and alleviate the headache.
It is said that comfort breeds complacency. When I think of effective leaders, these individuals often trade comfort for accountability. This week I had the opportunity to sit down with Anthony, a Zone Sales Manager.