Business Management

My Management Style



As a business manager my goal is to elevate companies beyond the owners highest expectation. My aim is to ensure productivity with excellent interpersonal and leadership skills, as I catapult your company toward the ladder of success. I stand out from the crowd because I am skilled in written and verbal communication, proficient in business marketing and business strategy, and masterful in managing day to day operations and customer service.


Honesty and integrity are the cornerstone of sustainable success and it's how I manage businesses. It may be tempting and even somewhat profitable to cut corners at times, but I've learned the hard way that it makes more sense to follow the rules even when you don't necessarily agree with them.  In order for companies to grow, it is essential that employees trust and respect management. The success of a business starts with a great team. I manage businesses with the highest level of values and ethics. I am dedicated to upholding your brand and your company's reputation. Managers who are open, truthful and consistent in their behaviors are more likely to inspire trust, loyalty and commitment with the team.


A professional work environment is one that results in a workplace full of highly competent, respectful, mature, and accountable employees working towards a common goal. it all starts and ends with management. Working with me ensures that you've hired a manager who sets the right example. A manager that dresses poorly uses crude language or engages in gossip or badmouths the company will get more of the same from the team. A manager that keeps commitments, admits mistakes, never loses her temper and has a positive attitude sets a positive example, earning the right to expect the same from the team.


Great employees that fit with the team are not always easy to find. Bringing the wrong candidate can end up being costly. So what attributes should you look for? Dedication and reliability are essential when it comes to hiring a manager. A dependable employee with integrity not only shows up for work on time every day, but also produces consistent work. Gradually, they becomes an essential team player in the company as they build a strong working relationship; not only with management, but with their colleagues as well. I have over 20 years of experience in customer service and building relationships. As a manager I teach my staff how to connect with customers to not only ensure they feel welcome, but also to ensure they feel like family. When customers feel like they are a part of a family they are less likely to take their services to competitors. 



Empathy is the ability to step into an employee's shoes, be aware of their feelings and understand their needs. In the workplace, empathy shows that I care, as opposed to just going by rules and regulations. My empathetic leadership style makes employees feel like a team and increases productivity, morale and loyalty. Daily, I watch and I listen. Listening isn’t just hearing words, but seeking to understand. Watching is important because body language can often reveal what words don't. I see my employees as human beings with valid feelings and emotions.  


As a manager, I not only seek to make clear, detailed and achievable plans, I envision the company's success by forward thinking. I don't think hundreds or thousands, I think millions and billions. I am never vague or ambiguous in my goals setting, nor do I leave anything to chance. My actions are well thought out eliminating the risk for failure. A visionary manager helps to make the work atmosphere as open as possible so that people aren’t afraid to provide suggestions and innovate. Individuals are encouraged to take reasonable risks and to operate outside of their comfort zone. As a visionary manager, my goal is to see beyond what you can even imagine. 


Managers set the tone of the company. Hiring a manager who lacks emotional intelligence could have more consequences than you can imagine. While one might excel at a job technically, managers who are not emotionally intelligent can’t effectively communicate with the team or collaborate with others. As an emotional intelligent manager I have the  ability to understand and manage my own emotions, as well as recognize and influence the emotions of my employees. I seek to understand my employees strengths and weaknesses, and to recognize their emotions and the effect they have the team and the company. In order to bring out the best in others, you an emotionally intelligent manager understands the need to bring out the best in themselves.