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So wurde ich zum… Account Executive

Katja war früher Indeed-Kundin, heute arbeitet sie als Account Executive bei Indeed. Hier erzählt sie, wie es dazu kam, dass sie die Seite gewechselt hat.

Katja Fuchs ist seit Februar 2019 als Account Executive bei Indeed in Düsseldorf angestellt. Sie kommt aus Innsbruck in Österreich und war ursprünglich Kundin von Indeed. Das Konzept hat Katja damals so begeistert, dass sie die Produkte, die sie selbst im Recruiting genutzt hat, selber anbieten wollte. Wie es dazu kam, dass sie die Seite gewechselt hat, erzählt sie hier.

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AuPair, Studentin, Sachbearbeiterin, Stewardess, Online Marketing Managerin. Dies sind einige der Stationen, die Katja auf ihrem beruflichen Werdegang durchlaufen hat. Und heute ist sie: Indeedian!

In ihrer Heimat Innsbruck war Katja zuletzt in der Werbeabteilung eines internationalen Unternehmens beschäftigt. Eines Tages wurde Katja damit betraut, sich auch um die Stellenanzeigen des Unternehmens zu kümmern.

Katjas Kollege meinte: “Du, da ruft immer so ein Typ von Indeed an. Sprich Du doch mal mit dem!”

Der Typ heißt Jakob Chwalczyk und ist heute Katjas Kollege. Er hat ihr damals am Telefon das Pay per Click Modell von Indeed erklärt. Von ihrem damaligen Job war Katja bereits mit Suchmaschinenmarketing vertraut und ihre Begeisterung für die Indeed Produkte und deren Suchtechnologie war enorm – sie wollte unbedingt mit Indeed zusammenarbeiten.

Daraufhin hat Katja der Führungsebene vorgetragen, was sie von Jakob gelernt hat und wie das Unternehmen von Indeed profitieren kann. Ihre Vorgesetzten konnte Katja von Indeed überzeugen und der Zusammenarbeit stand nichts mehr im Weg. 

Im Laufe der Zeit fand sie mehr und mehr Gefallen an der Arbeit mit Indeed und hatte ein hervorragendes Verhältnis zu Jakob, der immer eine Lösung für Katjas Fragestellungen parat hatte. In den gemeinsamen Gesprächen hat Jakob dann mehr von seiner Arbeit und Indeed als Arbeitgeber erzählt. Das hat Katjas Neugier geweckt. Allerdings wollte Katja nicht unbedingt wieder ihre Heimat verlassen – von Innsbruck nach Düsseldorf zu ziehen, wäre ein großer Schritt mit vielen Unbekannten.

Monate später bekam Katja in ihrem Innsbrucker Büro Besuch von ihrem Indeed National Account Manager. Katja hatte viel Lob für die starke Präsentation und als Antwort kam “Du kannst das auch”. Ganz unverbindlich hat sie ihren CV weitergeleitet und auf einmal ging alles ganz schnell.

Zunächst kam der Anruf vom Recruiter, es folgte ein Telefoninterview und die Einladung zum persönlichen Gespräch in Düsseldorf. Die Anreise per Flug wurde für Katja von Indeed übernommen. Der ganze Prozess hat zwei Wochen gedauert. Die Zusage hat Katja dann noch auf dem Weg vom Indeed Büro zum Flughafen bekommen.

Als man ihr dann das Angebot und den Vertrag erklärt hat, dachte Katja, sie träumt, es war einfach alles zu gut, um wahr zu sein!

Auch bei den Umzugsvorbereitungen wurde Katja von Indeed unterstützt. Glücklicherweise hat sie auf Anhieb eine Wohnung gefunden und Indeed hat eine Umzugsfirma beauftragt.

“Der Umzugsfirma musste ich in Innsbruck lediglich den neuen Wohnungsschlüssel überreichen. Es wurde alles in der Wohnung eingepackt und transportiert.”

Während der ganzen Zeit sind ihre Ansprechpartner von Indeed mit Katja in Kontakt geblieben, um sicherzustellen, dass alles reibungslos funktioniert.

Ein Rundum-Sorglos Paket im Büro bekommen alle Indeedians. Zwar hat Katja sich die lange Liste an Benefits durchgelesen, ihr war jedoch das ganze Ausmaß nicht bewusst. Es gibt immer verschiedene Snacks und Getränke, jede Etage im Düsseldorfer Büro verfügt über eine Küche.

“Ich habe alles im Büro, was ich brauche. Ich muss mich um nichts kümmern und wenn ich im Büro bin, kann ich mich voll und ganz auf die Arbeit konzentrieren und brauche mir um nichts weiter Gedanken machen. Das weiß ich wirklich zu schätzen!”

Und selbst gegen die vielen Kalorien hat Indeed ein Gegenmittel: Zum Well Being Angebot zählen auch verschiedene Sport und Fitnessprogramme. “So bleibt alles in Balance.” ergänzt Katja.

Katja mit ihrem Team Lead und Director

Auch wenn Katja ihr vorheriger Job Spaß gemacht hat und der Umzug in ein neues Land von Zweifeln begleitet war – sie bereut nichts. Im Vergleich zu ihrem Heimatland hat sie bei Indeed ausgezeichnete Verdienstmöglichkeiten bei einem Job, der sie erfüllt und deutlich mehr Freizeit bietet durch die vielen Urlaubstage, die weit über dem österreichischen Durchschnitt liegen.

Unbezahlbar ist für Katja jedoch das Team. Das ist der Grund warum sie sich nach jedem Urlaub wieder auf die Arbeit freut.

“Das Team ist top, alle sind so sozial und empathisch. Jeder gönnt sich gegenseitig die Erfolge und man hilft und unterstützt sich.”

Gerade in ihren ersten Wochen, war es ein gutes Gefühl zu wissen, dass sie sich auf ihre neuen Kollegen verlassen kann.

“Mein Team und mein Direktor sind immer für mich da. Ich hatte anfangs viele Fragen und die Kollegen haben sich immer Zeit genommen, um mir alles zu beantworten und auch mal den Hörer bei Seite gelegt.”

Preisverleihung beim DACH Kick Off

Katja hat Mut bewiesen und gezeigt, was in ihr steckt. Noch im ersten Quartal 2019, in dem sie die Stelle angetreten hat, hat Katja ihre Sales Quote erreicht und war “grün” auf dem Sales Dashboard. In den darauffolgenden drei Quartalen des Jahres konnte Katja an den Erfolg anknüpfen, weshalb sie für ihre herausragende Leistung mit einem Indeed Preis, dem “Mean Green Award” ausgezeichnet wurde. Katja ist stolz, dass sie über sich hinaus wächst und dabei viel Zuspruch und Ermutigung von ihrem Direktor und ihrem Team erhält.

Ihr nächstes Ziel hat Katja klar vor Augen: “Ich möchte im nächsten Quartal wieder “grün werden”. Dann hätte ich seit meinem Anfang bei Indeed jedes Quartal die Sales Ziele erreicht und würde zum Senior Account Executive befördert werden.”

Auch auf lange Sicht weiß Katja, wo sie hin will – nach Dublin und zwar mit Indeed.

 

“Ein Auslandsaufenthalt ist immer eine Bereicherung, persönlich und beruflich. Indeed als Arbeitgeber bietet viel Flexibilität und Unterstützung bei der internen Mobilität und ich sehe hier viel Potential für meine Weiterentwicklung.”

Bei der nächsten Relocation würde Katja sich allerdings mehr Zeit lassen mit der Wohnungssuche. “Damals war ich unglaublich erleichtert, direkt eine Wohnung gefunden zu haben. Später musste ich jedoch feststellen, dass die Verkehrsanbindung ungünstig ist.” Daher hat sie einen Ratschlag an diejenigen, die auch für ihren Job die Stadt wechseln: “Zunächst einmal sollte man sich vertraut machen mit der neuen Heimat. Wenn man weiß, wie man das Büro am besten erreicht, wo man sich im Feierabend dann noch trifft und verabredet, weiß man auch, wo man am besten wohnt. Das werde ich bei meinem nächsten Umzug erst mal beobachten, bevor ich mich niederlasse.”

Wenn Du mehr über die zahlreichen Benefits bei Indeed erfahren möchtest, klick hier. Auf unserem Inside Indeed Culture Blog gibt es noch mehr Geschichten unserer Indeedians für Dich zum lesen.

 

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How I Became An… Account Executive in Düsseldorf

Katja was originally a client of Indeed, today she is working as an Account Executive at Indeed in Dusseldorf. Hear her story of why she switched sides and where she wants to go next.

Katja Fuchs has been an Account Executive at Indeed Düsseldorf since February 2019. She comes from Innsbruck, Austria and was originally a customer of Indeed’s. Katja was so enthusiastic about Indeed that she wanted to offer the products that she was using to help other clients. Hear her story of why she switched sides.

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Au pair, student, clerk, stewardess, online marketing manager. These are some of the positions that Katja has held in her career. Today, Katja is an Indeedian!

In her hometown, Katja was most recently employed as marketing manager in the advertising department of an international company. One day, Katja was entrusted with the job adverts of the company.

Back then, Katja’s colleague said to her: “Hey, there is a guy from Indeed who keeps on calling us. Why don’t you talk to him?”

That “guy” was Jakob Chwalczyk, who is now Katja’s team mate. Jakob was the one who explained Indeed’s pay per click model to her.

From her current job, Katja was already familiar with search engine marketing. Therefore, her enthusiasm for the Indeed products and the search technology was enormous – she really wanted to partner with Indeed. 

Katja presented to the management what she learned from Jakob and how their company could benefit from Indeed. She was able to convince her managers which paved the way for working with Indeed. 

As time went on, she enjoyed working with Indeed more and more, and built up an excellent relationship with Jakob, who always had a solution to Katja’s questions.

When Jakob talked more about his work and Indeed as an employer, Katja became curious. However, Katja did not necessarily want to leave her hometown, and moving from Innsbruck to Düsseldorf, Germany would be a big step for her.

Months later, Indeed’s National Account Manager came to visit Katja in her office in Innsbruck. Katja thought it was great how he presented the products and who said  “You can do that too.”

Katja then decided to send over her CV without any expectations… But suddenly everything happened very quickly.

Shortly after, Katja had a telephone interview, which was followed by an invitation to a personal interview in Düsseldorf. She didn’t hesitate and boarded the next plane that Indeed booked for her. After the interview in the office, she had a few hours left before heading back to Innsbruck – meanwhile Katja received the confirmation for the job before she even arrived at the airport.

When the recruiter made the offer and explained the contract, Katja thought she was dreaming. It was all too good to be true! Katja was also supported by Indeed during the preparations for the move from Austria to Germany.

“Indeed engaged a moving company for me. They packed all my belongings into boxes for me and all I had to do was handing over the apartment key,” she recalls.

Throughout the entire time, Indeed stayed in touch with Katja to make sure everything was running smoothly.

“I have everything I need in the office, I can concentrate fully on my work and don’t have to worry about anything else,” Katja adds. “That’s the way it should be!” 

Katja with her Team Lead and Director

Even though Katja really enjoyed her previous job, she has no regrets. Compared to her home country, she has excellent earning opportunities with Indeed, and is in a fulfilling job with a lot more free time due to the Open PTO policy which is far above the Austrian average.

For Katja however, the team culture is priceless and the reason why she looks forward to going to work.

“Everyone on the team is so social and empathetic. We celebrate each other’s successes, and you help and support each other,” she shared. 

Especially in her first few weeks, it was a good feeling to know that she could rely on her new colleagues.

“My team and director are always there for me. In the beginning I had a lot of questions and my colleagues always took the time to answer everything” she recalled.

Award ceremony at the DACH Kick Off

Katja has displayed courage and shown what she is made of. In her very first quarter, she reached her sales quota. At Indeed we call that “going green.”

In the following three quarters of 2019, she continued her success. She was even given an award for her outstanding performance.

Katja is proud that she is growing beyond in her career and that she receives a lot of encouragement from her director and her teammates.

Her next goal is already clearly in sight: “I want to be “green” again in the next quarter. Then I would have achieved my sales goals every quarter since I started at Indeed and will be promoted to Senior Account Executive.”

Katja also has an idea for her next job – of course with Indeed: “Being abroad is always an enriching experience, personally and professionally. Maybe I’ll take the chance to go abroad again and move to Dublin. 

Katja adds: “Indeed as an employer offers a lot of flexibility and support with internal mobility and I see a lot of potential for my further development here.”

If Katja is relocating again, she would take more time to look for an apartment. “Back then I was incredibly relieved to find an apartment right away. However, I later found out that is wasn’t great for commuting.”

Her advice for those looking to relocate: “First of all, you should familiarize yourself with your new home. Find out how to reach the office, where you want to meet your new friends after work, and which areas you like. Next time I move, I’ll take more time researching before I settle down.”

To learn more about the perks & benefits Indeed has to offer, click here. Visit our Inside Indeed culture blog to hear more Indeedian stories.

 

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The secret to sales success at Indeed Australia

James Cook is a Sales Director at Indeed Sydney. He shares his journey at Indeed and how determination and ambition are key ingredients to his success.

James Cook is a Sales Director at Indeed Sydney. He shares his journey at Indeed and how determination and ambition are key ingredients to his success.

August 2014, sitting in a coffee shop (pub) in sunny Circular Quay, Sydney.

I’d just wrapped up my first interview at a largely unknown (at least locally) job search site, Indeed.com.

Buzzing… a word that accurately describes my feelings following my initial meeting with the HR Manager for the role that I have applied for.

I knew a few things in those early days:

  • I wanted to earn money;
  • I wanted clear career progression, and;
  • I wanted to make a difference

Fortunately, Indeed ticked each of those boxes with ease. 

Fast forward a few weeks and a couple of interviews later, I was walking into the sixth floor of 19-31 Pitt Street. Picturesque views of the Sydney Harbour awaited me; uninterrupted views of the Opera house to the right and the iconic Harbor bridge to the left. I was taken aback and immediately knew this ‘little’ start up operation I’d joined was anything but small. Indeed was a global powerhouse!

The office was warm with about 10 employees, jovial and going about their day with a sense of determination and hunger, which really spoke to our mission of helping people get jobs. 

The mission was significant to us as we’re part of a global team of people helping people get jobs! For anyone who’s ever been out of work, had a family or friend desperately searching, this was a big deal. 

Not long after starting, I had training at our HQ in Stamford Connecticut (an experience I’d really need to write another blog about to do justice).

 

There, I felt the same level of determination I felt in Sydney, a market where Indeed was second to its competitor, but only bigger as they were #1 in the US! 

Imagine: Hundreds of people helping people get jobs occupied the many floors in a building crowned with a huge INDEED logo. It was really a remarkable experience!

Fast forward to today six years on, I’m a Sales Director managing a team of seven Account Executives, two Senior Account Executives and one Team Lead in arguably one of the most impressive buildings in the Sydney CBD. 

We go to work everyday helping businesses find that needle in a haystack. This could mean working with our teams at Indeed, identifying gaps for clients, or finding the best way to get jobs out to job seekers. 

What was the journey to get here? It was pretty clear. Indeed sets out defined goals for anyone wanting to enter management, further their career in Enterprise Sales or perhaps try their hand in a totally different department.

For me, this was Account Executive, Senior Account Executive, Team Lead and then to where I am now, Sales Director.

How do you qualify? It’s sales… so performance to quota trumps all.

Performance to quota in consecutive quarters once you’ve been with the business for nine months will see you become a Senior Account Executive. After that, you’ll need to hit more back to back quarters as well as demonstrate the ability and desire to coach and better those around you.

The past five years at Indeed have literally changed my life.

I’ve made lifelong friends, saved the money needed for a deposit on my apartment and been promoted to a role where I can help others hopefully do the same. 

My advice to anyone considering a role at Indeed, or sales in general, is pretty simple.

Set big goals, never get complacent, and never get comfortable. 

Finally, I believe this applies to everything in life but learning to accept what you can’t control is huge. 

I was passed over during my first application to become a Director by a much stronger candidate. It hurt. I was devastated and while today I can say they were the better choice, at that time, I had a hard time accepting it. 

What I did next defined where I am today. I could have thrown the toys out of the pram, looked for a new role and left Indeed. OR I could knuckle down, work harder than anyone else and ensure that when that next Director role came up, I was the clear choice. 

I chose the latter, and I’m so glad I did. Because it has allowed me to lead the amazing team I do today. 

For more stories on #insideindeed, you can read more on our blog here.

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How I Became A… Director of Sales (post-maternity leave!)

In our second installment of 'How I Became A....', Mun-Yee Harrison talks us through how she suffered from imposter syndrome after coming back from maternity leave.

Mun-Yee Harrison talks us through how she suffered from imposter syndrome after coming back from maternity leave. She had lost all her confidence and nearly passed up the opportunity to become a sales director. Here’s her story. 

When Mun-Yee Harrison was still in school, she knew she wanted to work in media, but wasn’t sure in what aspect. 

But after graduating from Westminster University with a degree in media, Mun-Yee knew that particular career path wasn’t for her. She did, however, still want to work in and around the industry. 

Following a few questionable interviews – the weirdest being for a motorbike magazine where she needed an interest in motorbikes and should have attended motorbike conventions – she set her sights on a career in media sales. 

“Sales wasn’t something that crossed my mind but I don’t think it is when you are at school,” she said. 

Having had various sales roles throughout school and university, she knew sales was something she had a flair for but had never considered it to be something she’d pursue as a career. 

Her first role was with The Guardian, where she spent 12 years working her way up from telesales to managing a business area. 

“It was a fantastic introduction to the world of media sales in what I still feel is one of the best journalistic brands out there,” she recalled. 

Meanwhile, in the world of recruitment, media and tech had changed dramatically, and Mun-Yee said Indeed was always an organisation that was a key competitor when she was speaking with clients.

She added: “I didn’t know a lot about Indeed as the brand wasn’t as big in the UK then; it was the sleeping giant which people didn’t expect to become such a huge player in the world of recruitment.”

After being sold the role by an ex-colleague, Mun-Yee started her role as a National Account Manager (NAM) in the London office in February 2017, which then only had around 36 NAMs in the sales team. She was one of only eight women in the sales  team at the time, which took some adjusting to after her previous role.

“I wanted and needed a new challenge,” she shared. “I wanted to develop myself again so instead of going for a management role, which is what they questioned me about in the interview, but at the time I didn’t want a leadership position, I wanted to learn more about this new industry and organisation”.

It was a step back for her but a massive step forward in terms of her career progression. The year she spent working as a NAM was one of the best years in her career, and she had some real successes, getting zero billers to spend and turning relationships around with clients. She was at her peak.

“I felt like I was making huge steps in my career… And then I went on maternity leave,” she said.

“I am one of those people who cannot let go. I was in labour in the hospital messaging the team as I was so engrossed and committed to the job and my clients.”

After only taking seven months off for maternity, she was desperate to come back and continue her career while being a new mother. In the time she had been away, Indeed had grown massively as a business in the UK with new products and new people.

“It was a bit daunting coming back with the thought of missing all the changes and being left behind,” she confessed. “I came back to a completely new book of clients. After spending seven months out of the business with a baby, I thought how I am going to be able to have a professional conversation with adults again!”

Her confidence also took a hit while she was on maternity leave, which is why after seeing a Director position become available in the team, she decided not to go for it.

“I was coming back for a NAM role and didn’t even consider coming back for a Director role,” she said. “Why would they give that role to a mum returning to work, who also wanted a flexible schedule?”

Instead, she hyped herself up to start from scratch again, with a new set of clients until the sales training manager approached her wondering why she was not applying for the role knowing of Mun-Yee’s career progression plans. 

Together, they worked to build up her confidence and she finally went for the role, although she was secretly convinced she would not get it. 

“I wasn’t sure I could do the job,” she recounted. “I had been out of the business for seven months and I was going to have to learn so much again. I had imposter syndrome, thinking ‘Oh my god, I am not going to be able to do this’.”

But upon more self reflection, she realised there was no reason why she would not get the role, particularly after all the work she had put in, and knowing Indeed fostered a culture of equal opportunities. 

She also knew she had nothing to lose by putting her hand up for the role: “I went into the process with a positive mindset; if I got the role, great. If I didn’t, then I could continue to build on my success as a NAM, but with new clients.”

As it turned out, Mun-Yee had nothing to worry about. In April 2019, she was awarded the promotion to the role of Director of Sales and hasn’t looked back since.

“If I was to give any advice to women coming back from maternity leave, I would say remember all the hard work you put in before and successes you had,” she said.

“I was never someone who thought I would lose my self-confidence, but you have to remember you are still the same person as before going on leave. If anything, I have probably developed a lot more patience since becoming a mum!”

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Indeedと共に人々の就職を支援し続ける5年の道のり

彼がIndeedでキャリアを重ねていく中で大きく変わったものと、未だに変わらないものとは一体何なのでしょうか。

石 也寸志はIndeed東京オフィスのSales/Client Success Strategyチーム配下 Business Operations and Support Solutions (BOSS)のマネージャーです。彼がIndeedでキャリアを重ねていく中で大きく変わったものと、未だに変わらないものとは一体何なのでしょうか。

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私がIndeedに入社した5年前、当時のIndeedは日本で今ほどの認知度はありませんでした(テレビCMでおなじみの歌が流行る前のことです)。しかし「I help people get jobs」というミッションに強く共感し、入社を決意しました。

私は2015年7月に「クライアントサービス」スペシャリストとしてIndeedでのキャリアをスタートしました。Indeedは私が初めて働いたテック企業で、美しいオフィス、様々なお菓子、最新のコンピューター、人間工学に基づいた職場環境など、すべてがとても違って見えました。

Indeedでの日々は毎日新しい学びと経験があり、刺激的であり、まさに素晴らしい挑戦と機会の連続でした。私を信頼し、私の強みを生かしてくれる素晴らしい仲間、チーム、上司、パートナー、クライアントと一緒に仕事をすることができて幸運です。そして業務を通じ、私が大事にしている3軸の価値を十分に発揮することができています。

  • どのような状況でも自分らしく、自分の心に従う
  • ポジティブさ(どのように困難な挑戦を乗り越えるか失敗から学ぶ)
  • Growth mindset(挑戦を受け入れて突き進むこと)

そしてこれが今の私の礎であり、成長を遂げる原動力になっています。

Indeed Lead Q2 2017 スタンフォードオフィスにて

私のキャリアのハイライトの一つは、Indeed Leadと呼ばれるCS対象2ヶ月間の長期研修プログラム6名の参加者の1人に選ばれたことです。これはマネジメントとリーダーシップに特化した研修プログラムで、2017年の初めにコネチカット州スタンフォードで開催されました。

研修での一番大きな学びは、自分のやることに常に自信を持ち、自分を信じることでした。仕事(と人生)を進めていく中で、自分の知らないことがたくさんあることに気付きましたし、時には変化は怖いものです。自信を持つことは何かを決断して前に進むのに不可欠ですし、たとえ失敗しても、それを受け入れてそこから学ぶことができます。また、やるべき事のオーナーシップを持ち、それを実現するために根気よくやるべきだということも学びました。

2019年Q1 BOSS Supportチーム異動前にCSマネージャーと共に 麻布オフィスにて

Indeed Leadに続く3年間で、光栄なことにクライアントサクセス(CS)チームで2回昇格し、2019年3月にはBusiness Operations and Support Solutions (BOSS)サポートチームへの社内異動をする機会に恵まれました。

この異動により、これまで学んできたスキルや経験を活かしながら、技術的な知識をさらに広げ、異なる視点からIndeedに貢献することが可能になりました。

現在、私は東京で4人のチームを管理しています。私たちのチームは、プロダクトの不具合発生時に社内パートナー(セールスとCS)に可能な限りベストなソリューションを提供し、Indeedのプロダクトチームとビジネスサイドのグローバルアラインメントとして大きな役目を担っています。

私のIndeedでのキャリア成長の根底は、どのようにすれば求職者の仕事探しに良い影響を与えることができるか、どうすれば人材業界に付加価値を与えることができるか、その解決策を探し続けることだと考えています。どんなに小さな達成であっても、求職者とクライアントに大きなインパクトを与えることができると信じています。

この記事を書いているのは2020年4月ですが、現在私たちを取り巻く環境は今までと大きく異なります。会議がすべてバーチャルになり、在宅で仕事をするようになり、働き方そのものが変わってきました。

自分のライフスタイルにも変化が出てきましたが、Indeedのミッションに対する情熱は変わっていません。

今は私たち全員にとって挑戦の時期ではあります。しかし私はこの厳しい時期を受け入れ、チャンスとして捉えています。それは、成功するためのさまざまな方法を考えることによって、今までとは異なる視点で学びを促してくれました。夫として、またIndeedianとしての私の優先事項は、自分自身が幸せで健康であり続けることです。

在宅で仕事をしているので、毎日妻のためにランチを作るという、これまでできなかった素朴な楽しみが手に入るようになりました(ぜひ私のホットサンドを食べてみてください!)。

また私はチームと面白いアイデアを共有し在宅ワークを楽しくして、みんなが夢中になれるようにしています。このように仕事ができるのは私のチーム、上司、パートナー、家族、友人のおかげです。心から感謝しています。

私の好きな名言でこのブログを締めくくりたいと思います。

夢を見ることができれば、それは実現できる – ウォルト・ディズニー

To read this post in English, click hereIndeed Japanの詳細については、ここをクリックしてください。

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