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Do you take work home with you?
When I need to, no problem. I realize the importance of meeting deadlines and getting workdone on time.
What motivates you?
I was responsible for several projects where I directed development teams andimplemented repeatable processes. The teams achieved 100% on-time deliveryof software products. I was motivated both by the challenge of finishing theprojects ahead of schedule and by managing the teams that achieved our goals.
I've always been motivated by the desire to do a good job at whatever positionI'm in. I want to excel and to be successful in my job, both for my own personalsatisfaction and for my employer.
I have always wanted to ensure that my company's clients get the best customerservice I can provide. I've always felt that it's important, both to me personally,and for the company and the clients, to provide a positive customer experience.
I have spent my career in sales, typically in commission-based positions, andcompensation has always been a strong factor in motivating me to be the topsalesperson at my prior employers.
Do you prefer to work independently or on a team?
 I am equally comfortable working as a member of a team and independently. In researchingthe LMN company, your mission statement and the job description, I could see similarities tomy previous position where there were some assignments that required a great deal of independent work and research and others where the team effort was most effective. As Isaid, I'm comfortable with both.In high school, I enjoyed playing soccer and performing with the marching band. Eachrequired a different kind of team play, but the overall goal of learning to be a member of agroup was invaluable. I continued to grow as team member while on my sorority's debateteam and through my advanced marketing class where we had numerous team assignments.I'm very comfortably working on a team, but I can also work independently, as well.
How do you evaluate success?
I evaluate success in different ways. At work, it is meeting the goals set by my supervisorsand my fellow workers. It is my understanding, from talking to other employees, that the GGRcompany is recognized for not only rewarding success, but giving employees opportunity togrow as well. After work, I enjoy playing softball, so success on the field is catching thewinning pop-up.
If you know your boss is 100% wrong about something how would you handle it?
It depends on the situation and the personality of the supervisor." To elaborate, giveexamples:My present supervisor does not like to have his authority questioned. He's fairly new on the job and almost all of the people he supervises have been on the job longer than he has. He'snever bothered to learn the procedures, how things are done or how the computer systemworks. But if any of us tell him that how he wants something done won't work, he getsextremely angry. So, I never tell him he's wrong. Never. Whatever he tells me to do, I smileand say "okay." Then if I know a way to get it done that will work, I do it that way, give himthe results he wants and never tell him I didn't do it the way he told me to. He got the resultsand is happy. I saved myself the stress of being yelled at and gave him what he wanted, soI'm happy.My prior superviser was more easy-going and if I told her "you know, I think it might workbetter if I do what you asked in such and such a way," she say "okay, try it."
If I were a new hire on a job, I would probably not question a supervisor because I mightthink I didn't know enough. Except on the new job I'm going to. The director has admittedthat she's new on the job and there are alot of things that a secretary does that she doesn'tknow how to do, so she will be depending on me to know how to keep the office running.
Mercator, the airline IT solutions provider of the Emirates Group, is a leading supplier of ITsolutions to the global air travel industry. The company also meets and satisfies the full rangeof the demanding IT needs of the main constituent parts of the Emirates Group - the awardwinning Emirates Airline, and Dnata, the largest air travel services organisation in the MiddleEast.Through Mercator's vast experience in serving the IT requirements of these majororganisations, it has developed an extensive portfolio of products encompassing airlinefinancial solutions, air cargo and logistics solutions, passenger and airport solutions, airlineprocess outsourcing and airline business consultancy.The philosophy behind the development of Mercator solutions ensures that each addssignificant value by reducing costs, improving processes and increasing productivity.Mercator’s customers include major world airlines such as: Air New Zealand, British Airways,Emirates, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, South African Airways, Singapore Airlines, SriLankan andVarig.Mercator's continuing mission is to establish itself as the professional IT services and businesssolutions provider of choice; trusted, valued and respected by the global airline community.Mercator achieves this by consistently meeting the individual needs of its customers throughquality of product, service and delivery.
The driving force behind all Mercator solutions and services is our people. Our team of more than 1500professionals is one of the most experienced in the business, with an incredible breadth and depth of airlineknowledge and IT expertise.They pride themselves on finding the answers to the problems of today's aviation industry, and on providing provensolutions to future challenges. Quite simply, they know what needs to be done, and they do it.The Mercator team sets itself the highest possible quality standards, and abides by them. Our professionalism,attention to detail, and commitment to quality mean that you never have to worry. Every module, every function,every feature is tested and checked, until we know we've got it right.And it gets even better. Our consultants are dedicated to always adding the maximum value to your business,whether during product implementations or when shaping mission critical strategies. We're with you all the way
A fast-growing international airline with one of the youngest fleets in the sky and more than 300 awards for 
excellence worldwide, Emirates is one of two key corporations in the Emirates Group. The other is Dnata,one of the largest travel organisations in the Middle East with over 8,000 employees handling passenger,cargo, ramp and technical services for numerous airlines at Dubai International Airport.Emirates and Dnata are committed to providing their respective clients and customers with the highestpossible level of professional service. For more information, we invite you to visit the Emirates Groupwebsite or the Emirates Group Media Centre.
A diverse travel and tourism conglomerate
Under Emirates and Dnata are the following operating divisions:
Destination & Leisure Management
Just over twenty years ago, Emirates was born as the official international airline of the UnitedArab Emirates.On 25th October 1985, Emirates flew its first routes out of Dubai with just twoaircraft—a leased Boeing 737 and Airbus 300 B4. Then as now, our goal was quality, not

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