“So much more proactive than the previous company. On the ball - thinking in advance of things needing doing - very proactive.”
“The Trustee training was very interactive and the presenters were engaging - thank you.”
“Gillian goes above and beyond, she is very responsive to the whole team and delivers outstanding work. ”
“Excellent communication - the trustee training course facilitators were clearly knowledgeable and very experienced in their field and able to convey concept and information in a way I was able to understand. ”
“The work that has been done has been delivered beyond expectations.”
“The trustee training course covered a wide variety of subjects which gives a good basis for future discussion and decision making during trustee meetings.”
Lisa is responsible for managing all day-to-day office activities.
Lisa’s previous roles have been customer service based. She worked at SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) for five years, where she started at the boarding gates as a ground staff member and progressed to a supervisory role controlling an efficient one hour turnaround of aircraft. Along the way she met some famous faces and travelled to the USA, Cuba, Mexico, Thailand and Malaysia.
Lisa has been personal assistant to our Managing Director, Wayne Phelan, for the majority of her time since joining us in 2008. She arranges meetings, looks after the team, organises finance and billing and makes tea for the boss. She enjoys the variety within her job and never knows what is going to happen from one day to the next.
Lisa is not afraid to get her hands dirty - she becomes a plumber when the tap is leaking and offers printing services when the ink toner is running low.
Lisa is always smiling. If you can’t see her, you can definitely hear her infectious laugh throughout the office. She can even claim to have had a good old chinwag with Lionel Richie!
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