What is your profession? What is your title printed on your business card?
What did you study and why did you choose to study that field?
Business. The general and diverse field seemed to be appropriate for me.
What is expected of you in your job, and how do you accomplish it?
To manage the HR function for the organization. I network, work with the ET and act strategically to accomplish tasks assigned to me.
What links do you have on the Internet: website, blog, social networks?
Are you satisfied with the education that you received?
In which areas have you thought of building upon your education?
In which tasks are you good at, and in which could you better yourself?
Workplace Health & Safety compliance
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Do you usually attended seminars or coursework to advance your professional work or would you consider yourself a more self-taught person?
When did you realise that your work was being considered important and that it could possibly take you places?
Still waiting for this.
Who have been the most influential people in your career?
My former Supervisors. My mentors.
With which types of persons do you feel you work well with as a team?
With most any type of person, I feel I have the ability to work well with them as a team. I am flexible.
Which goals have you focused on in your professional career?
Obtaining my professional certification.
Which publications associated with your field do you regularly read?
The Business Journal-
HR Answers "Advantage Newsletter"-
Which languages do you speak, and how have you learned them?
School, home, life.
Do you have a website or blog? How was the process in making it? Does it accomplish the purpose for which it was created?
How do you feel about speaking in front of an audience? What experience have you had in this arena?
I am comfortable with speaking in front of an audience. I have experience in this through my course work taken at "Portland State University", through my job in On Boarding tasks I routinely complete, training of employees, and through my volunteer work with youth.
Do you attend cocktail parties, presentations, fairs or conventions related to your profession?
Have you explored the social networks for professionals online? Are you member of any of them?
Yes. And yes.
How are you different from others in your professional sector?
I am different from others in my professional sector in my tenure, within the field and market of Call Centers- I am additionally, different from those within my field due to my persistence to be a Generalist vs. a Specialist.
How is the Interent changing the way you work?
In increasing my efficiency and organization.
Do you do telecommuting?
Do you feel your hobbies serve to elevate your career?
Do your hobbies aide in professional networking?
Would you relenquish some of your income in exchange for more free time?
What are the things you least like about your job?
Indecisive ET members- Inequities within the workplace.
Besides your current profession, what other things would you have liked to have been?
A Purchasing Agent-
What is the most important thing you have learned from experience?
Stand up for your beliefs.
When you were young, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Save some excpetions, do you believe professional and personal relationships should not be mixed?
List any credits, publications, competitions, etc.
None to list.
"MS Excel Bible"
How do you handle customer complaints?
Immediately and professionally.
Someone wants to ask for a pay rise and they ask you for advice in how to approach the matter with their boss. What do you tell them?
To review and outline their contributions, time, and value to the organization. To research current comp. ranges for their position, industry, background, and tenure.
What do you do to manage stress?
Walk, spend time with my family, increase my intake of H2O.
What are the most common mistakes clients make when they judge your work?
Making gross generalizations in the process.