A new role, a pandemic, and being in lock down
What’s it like learning a new role during lock down? It’s been exciting, stressful, scary yet satisfying. Those are four words you would not normally see in the same sentence. But we are in a unique time that calls for a unique way of going about our daily tasks. It’s fair to say we have nailed the “working remotely” challenge. We didn’t think this was possible until I had time to learn the ropes. Now with the benefit of modern technology, it can be done! There’s hope for other businesses who may be worried about making changes in this environment.
What led me to working with my sister?
Carol turned her passion into “Fraser People” and singlehandedly grew her business to the point where she needed to expand. This was where my future lay. I had been one of Carol’s greatest supporters and knew this was my chance to get inside her industry and learn from one of the best. The big question was: could two sisters work together?
After months of planning we took the plunge and I can honestly say it was a great decision. As sisters we can totally be ourselves, share a good laugh while being intuitive to each other’s needs.
What Do I Bring to Fraser People?
I’m a highly experienced executive assistant with a strong background in customer service. I enjoy seeing people get the best quality service they deserve. Why say no, when there is always a solution? I have advanced computer skills but still love to learn all I can and I pride myself in my ability to turn an idea into an eye-catching work of art.
In my new role as Client Services Manager for Fraser People I bring honesty, exceptional customer service whilst embracing the values that have made Fraser People the company it is today.