This week for our Day in the Life of a Sutherland Global employee, I caught up with Edward Stibick who is from Copperas Cove, TX!
Copperas Cove, TX
Call Center Operations Desk/Workforce
- What do you see as your greatest accomplishment this year?
“I think it is a toss-up between being selected for the Supervisor Overflow Team and having my stack rank of 11. Each represents the work I’ve put into Sutherland, and I am extremely proud of each accomplishment. I hope to surpass both by the end of the year.”
- Who would win in a fight, a gorilla or a polar bear? Why?
“In a neutral area like NYC in central park during the fall, my bet would be on the polar bear. This is for two reasons. Number one, a polar bear on average is three times bigger than the largest gorilla. Gorillas also have problems with jaguars in one-on-one fights. Number two, polar bears are geared to hunting alone and dealing with creatures that outweigh them.”
- Who at Sutherland has been your biggest inspiration?
“My Biggest inspiration at Sutherland is a tough question to answer. In the beginning I looked up to Ken Bilton and Alicia Westbrook (my trainers). I then started to model my habits after the ambassadors that I had. Now I look up to my coaches who are Nabeel Bazzi, Acea Lavigne, and Lexi Sapp. I look at what they have done and shoot for that as my goal. Recently, I had some interactions with Matt Malanka. I have seen what he has accomplished and I take that into account. I would have to say it has been my whole team, those who have climbed the ranks before me that really inspire me to succeed.”
- If you could eat one thing for lunch for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?
“I would have to say I would pick egg drop soup. It is a food I have never gotten tired of, and it’s perfect for when I am sick or just having a rough day. It was always a comfort food of mine growing up. Besides, you can literally throw anything in it and have it come out awesome. I usually make mine with chicken and shrimp when I have it on hand.”