Pros: Experience of cutting edge technology, relationships built, benefits.
Cons: Non existent work life balance, pay no equaling the work and stress, lack of promotion and career development.
A typical day includes conference calls, training, motivating, inspiring to high performance, hosting daily sales huddles, managing sales operations and inventory, driving results, and building a strong team environment.
I've learned how to build relationships, establish trust, establish realistic and stretch goals, how to work with all types of clientele, how to drive myself and others, numerous systems and how to be proficient with time and delegate tasks to the best person to ensure completion.
Management is very demanding and pressures us all to drive success. I've been self sufficient – more... in doing so proving my worth and value to AT&T.
My coworkers were trained and selected by me. I surrounded myself with the best candidates to build upon the success I've already accomplished with my team.
The hardest part of the job is sustain the success and maintain a top 3 in a competitive market. To drive success month over month year over year at the top 3 spot in the market has been taxing, but rewarding.
The most enjoyable part of my job is to see the development and lives I have influenced. Before I got to my current store, many were on the verge of quitting and hated working for AT&T. I have developed a culture and a team that appreciates their jobs now and loves working for me and my fellow in store leadership. – less