Upon announcement, she wore the look of shock and surprise. This was not the case for those that work closely with her. Our Rockstars are those who consistently live out our core values and go above and beyond in their expectations. Logan has executed very well on each.
Early in 2019, she was given a task to research a new phone system for the sales team. She built a prototype and then realized that it was going to be too much future maintenance for Clickstop and pivoted to find and even better solution. This was very strategic and decisive and has proven benefits already.
Support and Execution
Logan has an ability to handle massive volumes of work easily and do it all without excuses. She will go above and beyond to help anyone – no matter how much work she has and somehow manages to get it all done.
While working on this massive project, Logan continued to assist with tax vendor issues, Google shopping feed errors, building an AI powered Clean Laundry location filter tool and making time for fun and family by working on the IT Christmas tree of awesome.
You’re a Rockstar, Logan. Well done!
What is your role at Clickstop?
How long have you worked at Clickstop?
2 years and some change
What effect has this recognition had upon you?
It reaffirmed everything that I have known about Clickstop and my responsibility as an employee here. We have so many opportunities here and it’s celebrated if you go after them. I am so so grateful.
What do you believe has led up to this recognition?
I love saying yes to opportunities. I can go down the rabbit hole of “what if’s” and “how would that work” all day long until I find a solution that I can put into action. The truth is though (as fun as it would be to say, if you just keep saying “I can do it!” you’ll be a Rockstar) I think what lead up to my recognition was saying no to things that wouldn’t lead to the greatest impact and listening to my team because they are all wildly brilliant people.
What are ways you’ve challenged yourself to live out and grow within the Core Values?
I have always distanced myself from self-help books/inspiring quotes/journaling/basically anything that felt “fluffy” for the longest time. I can admit when I am wrong, and this is one of those times. It is so important to keep yourself in check.
I Listen to podcasts about social engineering, I read “girl wash your face”, I bought a journal to keep track of where I was falling short or excelling in our core values/my personal values. Knowing where you are as a person gives yourself direction and purpose. It’s important. Even if you’re someone who doesn’t like the “fluffy stuff”.
How do you ensure your work is aligning with our mission, values, strategies and goals?
#1 I ask questions and listen to my team – Gathering scope is so important.
#2 I do my best to keep track of everything I am working on with my outlook calendar, Trello, and Sharepoint
What brought you to Clickstop?
This was my first real interview after college, and I felt like this was home right away.
What keeps you at Clickstop?
Clickstop gives so much encouragement to their employees. Every day I feel empowered to thrive, because that’s our culture here at Clickstop and that’s just amazing. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.
What message do you have for those who are seeking employment at Clickstop?
Honestly, just read this https://clickstop.com/culture/the-clickstop-code/ every day your surrounded with people who are striving to accomplish that. If you have a growth mindset you are going to do great things here.
What message do you have for those who are looking to improve themselves personally and professionally?
How are you keeping track of those things? If you’re not, how do you visualize progress? I think starting at the most basic level is key.
Who helps you grow? Listen to the right people, buy books and start a book club, listen to podcasts. Keep looking for knowledge, you always have more to learn.
What are your superstitions?
If I use the stove/oven for anything right before I leave to go somewhere, 10/10 times I’m turning around to check to make sure that it’s not still on because I have it in my head that the one time I don’t turn around is going to be the time that it’s actually on lol.
What’s something you get wrong almost every time you do it?
Trying to spell “definitely” without spellcheck
What do you dislike but have no good reason for disliking?