-fast pace working environment, multitask-taker -master inventory management and data analysis -learn communication skills via colleagues, customers and vendors.
Basically, a typical day at work consist of me coming in and making sure everything is in its right place. What's more, I check in with the previous supervisor to find out any additional information they may have for me before he/she departs. For example, they let me know who needs breaks and who has already had them. Transitioning from a barista to a supervisor really helped put my leadership skills into play. I enjoy putting people in the right positions to be successful, because essentially when they perform well it means that we as upper management are performing well. I would say the hardest part of the job is feeling like you are setting your team up for success. Its sometimes hard to see if your are because you may be use to doing something one way but in reality change might be needed. Lastly, the most enjoyable part of the job is undoubtedly the different connections I have built with the customers. I love the people.