Within our Core Values, we have identified a group of behaviors which demonstrate being ‘Decisive.’ A high level of aligned action with these behaviors increases the pace and quality of execution of our work.
In Quarter 1, Mike Rosenberger demonstrated these behaviors while taking on additional responsibilities on the Receiving Team. He seeks to understand the outcomes and then move towards them in an objective and decisive manner. Rather than wait for someone to provide an answer, he humbly proposes solutions that are rooted in the outcomes.
Mike also focuses on long-term success while acknowledging that we can’t fully predict the future. So, we make the best decision with the information we have and don’t look back. If issues arise, he looks to what needs to happen next, rather than dwelling on the discomfort it may have caused.
Mike, thank-you for keeping us moving towards our outcomes by taking on new responsibilities and autonomously working towards them. We’re pleased to recognize you as our Q1 ‘Decisive’ award winner. Well done!
What is your role at Clickstop?
Receiving team in the warehouse
How long have you worked at Clickstop?
10 years in November
What brought you to Clickstop?
Heard about an opening in the warehouse from Tim S. I’d worked with he and Ben R at 2 previous employers.
What effect has this recognition had upon you?
It’s nice to be recognized and shown appreciation.
Why is this Core Trait important to the success of Clickstop?
Being decisive is the most important factor in working autonomously. This is something we all should be striving to do.
What do you believe has led up to this recognition?
I come to work every day to do my job and jump over any hurdles that are thrown in the way.
What inspires you about the work of your team members?
Everyone is willing to help wherever help is needed without question or hesitation. It’s a contagious attribute.
What should people know about working at Clickstop?
It’s fast paced and hard work in a fun environment. You’ll get out as much as you’re willing to put in.
If you had to pick one food to eat for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Hot beef sandwich over mashed potatoes and gravy
What is your favorite activity that you like to do with your family?
Anything outdoors (camping, fishing, kayaking)
If you could never have to do one chore for the rest of life, what would it be?
What is the silliest way you’ve been injured?
In an 8th grade football game I was back peddling…stepped on my shoe-string…fell backwards…ended up sitting on my arm and breaking it