In the minds of "seventh and eighth graders", what kind of supervisor do they love the most? The seventh and eighth graders hope to have a supervisor or boss who can communicate frankly, hope that their personal performance can be recognized, hope that the company can help them learn and grow, hope that the supervisor will care about their personal life, and hope that the supervisor will respect them. Doris, who worked for Tech21 in the UK, met the new director for only half a month, and was sent by the company from the UK to Shanghai to develop the market. This confident, radiant little girl, born in 1990, has the steadiness of the standard sixth grade plus the behavior and thinking patterns after the seventh grade. Tech21, which specializes in manufacturing high-end consumer electronics products, is planning to enter the mainland market.
In the early days, only Doris was sent to such a large field. Not only did he create various events and news to expose the products, but he also had to find a way to train in various provinces in the mainland. Salespeople in different regions are under a lot number list of pressure. And it is almost impossible to have any impressive performance or results in the beginning. " Actually, I was quite lonely, and I felt a bit like an orphan who was left outside to support themselves... " Doris recalled, " but I always received letters from my supervisor in a timely manner. This new supervisor, who has only known each other for half a month, always I received no pressure at all, never mentioning performance issues, but talking about my mood. ” Doris said with a smile, “ And what moved me more was that his email made me feel He gave me a lot of trust and a lot of encouragement, which is something I value very much. ” Consumer electronic products are a very competitive field.
Thanks to the development of technology, electronic products are changing rapidly, and consumers' preferences are also ever-changing. Therefore, we must race against time every day to expand sales opportunities. At that time, Doris' biggest task was to run all the stores in China to train sales partners. Since there is only one person, we have to take care of the big and small things by ourselves, so there will be many unexpected situations during these processes, "such as the process of going to other stores, flight delays, car accidents on the road... and so on. The incident disrupted all subsequent itineraries." Ordinary people encounter unexpected situations, and they have no other partners to support them when they are on the road, and many small things will be magnified by themselves. "But every time these unexpected situations occur and my mood is low, I will always receive a greeting email from the supervisor in the UK expressing concern. At the moment, I will feel that my mood is taken care of and I have a strong backing. You are supporting me.