I was a TERRIBLE interview for my first “real” job.
I had no real-world experience, just a college degree.
Luckily, the interviewer was someone who looked beyond my nervousness. She didn’t ask me the impossible questions I had heard you may get in an interview.
Instead she made me feel comfortable, got to know me and went with her gut, she felt I had potential.
I went on to work as hard as I could for this Manager, learned from her and developed a great deal of respect for her. She was never too busy to answer a question or have a conversation.
15 years later I still appreciate that person giving me a chance and starting my career of learning and professional development. She opened doors for me by allowing me to get my start.
In my hiring experiences I have learned that when you open a door for the right person, their possibilities can be endless.
I'm Lindsey Crabtree, the Founder and CEO of Right Hand Operations. I love meeting new people and making connections, I love observing the commonalities between our clients and how we all have similar struggles in the business world. As I have time I enjoy reflecting on experiences and sharing what I've learned.