UL of Lafayette (Business Administrat)
While my experience has not been in teaching, I do have practical real life business skills. I did in the past balance the priorities of a (7) member Board of Directors that at times were almost impossible to accomplish. I took great care in coaching or managing 35 employees to accomplish the goals of the company and had a safety culture with a high level of success.
I created data bases for scheduling, forms for data gathering, wrote safety programs, taught defensive driving, worked practically my entire career with Quickbooks having extensive knowledge of Quickbooks Enterprise, developed marketing programs and was instrumental in a Strategic Plan setting up goals along with indicators of achievement. I have vast experience with statistical data, life cycle cost analysis, forecasting and budgeting.
When I graduated from college I was amazed at the educational level of my bosses and business owners. Most of them had not attended college making my learned book knowledge almost impossible to implement, I basically had to throw this structured step by step approach out the window and play by their rules --real life experiences in the business world.
I love to read and write and have a lot of experience in business writing; letters, safety programs, meeting agendas, business forms, employee manuals, etc.
I have been involved with micro computing since 1983. I was a member of Acadiana Micro Users Computer Group (AMUG) for over 15 years. An advance user of Microsoft Office, several internet browsers, some web design and app design, have used PowerPoint for 17 years for presentations and Quickbooks.
I am very organized, patient and have a lot of practical experience. I believe in setting goals. I have a genuine desire to help people and believe most people, with a little motivation, can accomplish great things. While my experience has not been in teaching, I do have practical real life business skills. I did in the past balance the priorities of a (7) member Board of Directors that at times were almost impossible to accomplish. I took great care in coaching or managing 35 employees to accomplish the goals of the company and had a safety culture with a
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