Pros: the people
Cons: not always as forward thinking as we needed to be
No one day was typical -- A typical month would be supporting the staff in all capacities, training, hiring, coaching/ development along with HR issues. We also responded to corporate needs daily--our job was to increase revenue, grow the business through skill development of staff, by being in the right locations and staying within budget.
I learned flexibility, delegation and knew having the right talent would give me the bottom line results
Management remained constant -- have the right talent and that will bring member success. .
My co workers were awesome, we worked as a team in Northern California and shared our creativity.
Hardest part of the job was finding a good balance between work and my personal life. My job played a big role in my social life as well and I made long and lasting friendships.