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If you ever wanted to know what it was like to get a job and join the Student Life team, you came to the right place
Meet the Lurenco. Kat is our CEO for user projects (at least that's the way she is
Cat helps get these options
Think of her as our traffic
Yeah, it also means that people shire people to join the company
I worked at Wilfy University, where I was an SLN partner. Even when I left Wild Laurier, I was in contact with the SLN team. Durring our annual breakfast they came up with an idea of how I joined them
"Now that we're growing, we need good people," says I.
That was two years ago. At this point, the company was twice as short as it is now
And I said, "All right, what part?"
There was no special role for me. They said, " We just want good people. Just come in and we'll find out where you're going. "
"I started working as an entrlevel administrator ... and very quickly became part of the management team."
We don't expect anyone to change here, so they didn ' t try to make me what I wanted to be. We built our role for those who were already
It was a very strange shift for me, because it was very convenient for me to have a name definition and have an option to say, "Look, see, I do it."
because I don't have a certain role, I could get everything. I started building a structure that we didn ' t have
For example, we had software for project management, but all of them were used different. While we reported on the projects, they were not agreed. We don't have the tools for a group goal or an understanding of the types of thinkers we have on the team
"I've solved problems."
Sometimes you can use what you are paspate about-on a personal level to have a positive impact on what is happening around you
I'm really in spreadsheets, in personal tests and conversation with people about what they're working on. So that's what I used to do
I started the initial level administrator, making the documents good, and compiling client reports, and very quickly became part of the management team. But in the end, nothing has changed since the first day
The thing I do, really, never changes. I have problems. If you put me in a room for people, I'll start solving problems immediately. I'll start thinking straight away
" For 15 years, which have not changed. I'm still doing this at the meetings. "
I was this iriting in a group project that I was trying to dig into to cut out only the necessary information. Like, " Guys, what are we doing? Why are we even talking about this? "
In 15 years, which haven't changed. I'm still doing this at meetings
I didn' t see him at first. I wanted my work to be tangble, so that it would have a visible result, like a writer or a designer
It took me five years after graduation to accept and be like, " Okay, that's who I am, and that's what I do. I have problems. "
Look at the equals that can't keep up with you. The value you are bringing is not related to anyone else, or to your title, or to your role
For example, look at you in a group of people. You're really comfortable in
"But in the end, it's all that will make you a success."
What are you doing, of course? You're a quiet listener, you're constant evaluation, you start making plans, you're trying to make every happen?
And then look at what gets your adrenaline, is connected to others, he checks the items on your list, he plays with ideas?
You don't think, " What do I bring to this job? Well, I'm rting, and I like to talk about coffee. " But ultimately, these are the things that make you a success
because I said, "I have ten years of experience in project management," I think, " What? You may have ten years when you have a cry manager under your belt. "
In order to do what I do, the only skill you need is to solve problems. You can feel that you need to know all the answers, but as a leader, you just need to be able to figure out how to find them
You may never have been the one who fits this answer or the process, but you knew who was on your team to ask for it
And you know how to build a team that files these caps for you
In my first "real" task, my interviewer asked me if I know how to design a website. I like "Yes, of course."
In this interview, I could design a place for them right now and there? I don't
But I knew I knew how to build a site? I'M
I accepted the introduction class, and I had access to the Internet, so I completed my work, based in part on the fact that I can design and build a website
" Many people think you should be qualified to get this job. That's not true. "
I failed about it until one day they came up to me and they were like, "Yeah, I thought we could build a site to do it."
And I thought, "Oh, here it is, now I have to figure out how to build a website."
And I went home that night and built them
A lot of people think you should be qualified to get this job. That's not true. I think you should be qualified by the end of the first year of work. I learned how to work each time
I remember I was six years old, and I was interviewed for the camera in Stamping, and the woman asked me, "Do you have any experience?"
I said, "That would be my first job."
And she said to me, " It's not bad. It's a plus. That means you don't have bad kits, that means you'll come here without any assignments, and I'm going to teach you how I want to do it. "
I care that you have deprecated the ability to learn that you are interested in being here, and that you will be a good member of my team
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Dana Iskoldski (Dana Iskoldski) is the editor of "At-At-Big" ("Chief Guinea Pig") in its search for