Who is someone at work you can absolutely rely on?
Each quarter, we stop to recognize those who are shining examples of driving remarkable results because of their alignment with our values.
Winners of our Responsible Award are reliable, honest, and trustworthy, while being aware of their impact on those around them. They don’t offer excuses, and they don’t accept them. Today, we celebrate our Q3 Responsible Award Winner, Lisa Boeckmann!
As a Finance team member, Lisa has only worked at Clickstop for 6 months on a part-time basis, but her embodiment of this award is obvious! From day one, her willingness to seek out information and learn from teachable moments has allowed her to identify areas of opportunity for the organization. In fact, Lisa’s efforts have already led to a significant reduction in the number of accounts with balances greater than 30 days past due, directly impacting the cash coming into the organization.
Lisa creates significant impact and advocates for the performance of others while holding them accountable. She has been highly reliable!”
– Logan Hanson, Controller, Finance Team
While executing this work, she also kept in mind that the outreach she was doing was a chance to continue building a relationship with our customers. Her results are all because she was willing to seek the opportunity to challenge herself, her team, and the company to be even better than we were yesterday.
Take a moment to learn more about Lisa below!
Getting to Know Lisa
What is your role at Clickstop?
How long have you worked here?
What makes this recognition meaningful to you?
Being nominated by peers is so humbling. And being recognized for just doing your job is pretty cool.
What emoji do you use most often?
Smile, because I only know how to quickly insert a smile and frown using the keyboard!
What is your spirit animal and why?
A dog because they love you without reservation and are quick to forget and forgive.
What is the coolest/craziest place you’ve ever visited?
Recently, my daughter and I took the grandbabies to the City Museum in St. Louis, MO. Seriously, I did not know where to look first! There were crazy tunnels popping up everywhere. You can climb or slide at almost every corner, inside and outside. It was pretty cool!
What is one thing you loved as a child?
Sunday gatherings at Grandma & Grandpa’s farm. There were easily 40 or more of us that would gather in their very small house every week for games, food, cards, mischief, whatever! All us cousins would play in the barn, swing from the rafters, jump in the hay, and play in the woods. It was grand!
Who or what inspires you?
My kids and grandchildren. I love the people my children have become and am so proud of them as they are caring people who look for ways to help others and just make this world a better place. My grandchildren because it’s such a blessing to be able to view the world thru the innocent eyes of a child.
What is your favorite activity you do with your family or friends?
Camping & hiking in the mountains. I love to be away from the distractions of phones & TVs so we can just be together, outside, enjoying each other’s company and nature. Hiking can be a challenge. My daughter and I have been known to scare a bear away during a hike in the mountains.
What is the silliest way you’ve been injured?
Breaking my toe on the frame of the bathroom door. I mean seriously, when did it move?
What do you dislike that everyone else seems to like?
Interested in working in an environment that puts people before profits?