Doug Penman is the new sales consultant for TRAILlite and in this role he takes customers through the process of research, to sales and final delivery of their motorhomes and caravans.
Doug’s post is the second in our “Meet the TRAILlite Team” series.
I’m sure I’m not alone in having woken on a beautiful day and suddenly realised, “Ohhh work today”. Its Monday-itis at varying levels, the antidote to which will vary in equal measures.
For some, the cure will simply be a deserved day off work to re-charge, for others it leads to a re-evaluation of career goals and life trajectory… for others, it is not Monday-itis at all… but a misdiagnosis that is the positive flip side “Ohh work today!”
It does however raise the question, how do we maintain an all important level of job satisfaction that is sustained throughout the days, weeks, months and years?
Background in customer service
Ten years ago, I worked in the airline industry and it provided excitement. Every day was diverse and demanding. I guess because the airlines deal in overseas destinations, one is naturally associated with and engrossed in interesting customers, co-workers and work stimulation.
For me, this level of diversity is the key to ongoing job satisfaction, so then when I made a career change, diversity was at the top of my evaluation list.