There is a stereotype in the professional world where people who work in sales are deemed to be only good at managing sales. This is not the case for Angela Koch, the current chief executive officer of the U.S. Money Reserve. As a CEO, she knows how important it is to have great employees on board. Because of her experiences in life, Koch learned how developing the company’s employees is a form of investment.
At the U.S. Money Reserve, Angelo Koch makes sure that each of its employees knows the company’s system inside and out. With this method of leadership, Koch knows that even during the time that she’s not around, employees can make decisions that are good for the company. Also, she makes sure that the sales representatives’ job is not only to sell precious commodities but to offer good advice to their customers. Read more: US Money Reserve | BBB and US Money Reserve | Glassdoor
Angela Koch put a lot of efforts in her role as the chief executive officer of the U.S. Money Reserve. She knows that the development of the employees is one of her responsibility.
That’s the reason why she always makes sure that the employees get the best training to enable them to grow both personally and professionally while in the company. Instead of treating the cost as an expense to the company’s fund, development and training are considered as investments.
One of Angela Koch’s beliefs is that good employee makes a company better. She also added that with better services, the company will get more satisfaction from its customers, and therefore, a more stable flow of income.
In addition, Koch knows how it feels like to be an employee. When she was still not the CEO of the U.S. Money Reserve, she tried every job that she can handle just to get by. Koch worked in different sectors such as power, pharmacy, and even a Jewish Foundation even though she is a Christian.
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One of the highlights of her employment career is when she was hired at KLA-Tencor. She met her mentor-figure in the company, where she was tasked to process the certification of a ranch for non-hormone treated cattle. This experience has given her lessons that she will be using for the rest of her career.
Koch was then hired in the U.S. Reserve where she persevered until she became one of the key figures of the company. Koch believes that hesitation will get you nowhere. She also believes in the importance of life balance and how you should focus on your strength to reach success.
The U.S. Money is a company which offers precious metal commodities. It is currently the most trusted distributor of precious metal coins and is headed by former Director of the U.S. Mint, Philip N. Diehl.
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