The job was different everyday. I knew what I had to do and I did it. My supervisors supported me in my responsibilities and my ultimate supervisor (the Bishop) had the information he needed to make administrative decisions.
I learned that the operation of this company like that of all companies cannot be done by yourself, it needs to be done by everyone in a collaborative manner.
The management of the Diocese was such that the individual managers worked together in a collaborative manner build strategic goals. Each of the managers supported their staff to make this happen.
My co-workers were fantastic both in my office and throughout the building.
The hardest part of my job was providing strategies to work that were not agreed to by upper management. I provide strategies that I think need to be implemented and sometimes they aren't. It takes a little time but I get over it and move on to support the overall project.
The most enjoyable part of my job was to work with the many people, offices and parishes/schools to come up with solutions for their operations and they worked.