Today, I flew to Houston to meet my new boss. My third boss in three months - my fourth boss in a year. I like him and hope that we will work well together.
When a big corporation is in the flux of a merger, it’s a constantly shifting machine. And you have to be able to ride the wave, while planning ahead for the next one. The merger is an awesome thing, and will help position my company to make great strides in our industry.
The good news? I’ve been promoted to executive sales - one of 5 for the entire company.
The bad news? I’ve been promoted to executive sales - one of 5 for the entire company.
Seriously, though, I’m excited about this new opportunity. I’ve known about it for 3 months...the same three months I’ve experienced three new bosses!
How do you make a mark when you work for such a huge machine? Our team will be working all that out, forging new paths, creating new synergies. Working on deepening existing relationships, and opening doors to new relationships.
It’s what I do best, in my work world.
It’s what I do best - because it’s my design factor.
I’m excited about it.