Sutherland Global Services offers employees countless ways to learn new skills and expand their horizons. We offer extensive employee training through our professional development courses. No matter what your field of interest is, we seek to develop your innate qualities and help you achieve your goals. Spotlighted here is one of our superstars who has utilized these opportunities to further their career at Sutherland!
1. What advice would you give someone going into a leadership position for the first time?
The best thing you can do is be honest and truthful in your answers. If you’re unsure of how to answer a question, let your interviewer know. You’d be surprised how many interviewers value a truthful answer over a fabricated one. If you don’t get the position, reach out to your interviewer and ask for a feedback session. This will help you the second time around.
2. What are your greatest professional strengths?
I feel my greatest strengths are my organizational capabilities and my confidence in my work. I tend to be able to complete any task, while exceeding expectations, because of these strengths.
3.What are some key beliefs you hold about living a fulfilling and successful life?
Set a goal and don’t stop until that goal is achieved. It sounds simple, but is rather difficult to accomplish. It has gotten me to where I am today (both business and personal), with no signs of slowing down.
4. How would you describe yourself in 5 words?
“The man for any job”
If you’re looking for 5 individual words – organized, polite, goal-driven, outgoing, and professional-on a “need to be” basis. J
5. What do you like most about your new title?
My new title allows me to keep busy, while challenging me to one-up myself with each presented task. With each presentation I create, or each class I hold, I try to improve on it in some way that is different from the previous. The fact that I am being constantly challenged is my favorite aspect though.
6. What would be your personal opinion on the difference between living and existing?
Existing implies you have no purpose. Living implies you have found your purpose, and are constantly working at achieving/bettering yourself for that purpose.