Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Maintenance Manager in Marietta:
"Without maintenance there is no mission."
Listen to all advise, take advantage of any courses offered, all ways seek knowledge that will help you advance and be more proficient and productive, safety first, be organized.
Maintenance Manager in Grand Rapids:
"Learn a second language."
Learn a second language to better understand the problems that are occurring with the non English speaking employees.
Maintenance Manager in Philadelphia:
"Always keep things in perspective."
Keep the big picture in mind in every task you do and every task you assign to your subordinates.
Maintenance Manager in San Luis Obispo:
"Glad to Help But be fair."
Assume you will do more, longer and in the most unique situations when you are willing to work for your local church you attend.
Maintenance Manager in Corpus Christi:
Work hard and do everything you can to take care of your people. The bottom line will be, stay, or get where it needs to be if you use and take care of your employees properly.
Maintenance Manager in Clinton:
"Leaders Helping Leaders."
Make sure you know your external customer which is the production partners and that you always follow up with what you say you're going to do.