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Returning to TeleTech was an important career changer for Diana Harto. Diana Harto began her career at TeleTech as a Human Capital Generalist in 1998 as the first person hired for the Moundsville facility. She was promoted to Senior Generalist then to Service Delivery Manager for support departments including training, human capital, talent acquisition, quality and facilities. As a part of her personal career growth, she left TeleTech to pursue an opportunity as a Human Resources Manager with another organization. When a similar position became available at TeleTech, she was asked to return. She is now a Senior Human Capital Manager for multiple U.S. sites. When asked why she chose to return to TeleTech, Diana's answer came simply, "The people, the culture, the innovation, the pace, the opportunities – all made it an easy decision for me to return."
If you enjoy sports like me, you know how important is to practice and workout over, and over, and over again. The effort you put in your training, shows your commitment to being a winner. If you think of yourself as a winner, then you must be prepared. The preparation and personal commitment to your training helps you win the game.
A couple of days ago, YouTube published a video showcasing some YouTube stars in a mash–up of the culturally defining moments of 2012.
I was in a particularly contemplative mood the other day and was just watching my three dogs play. We have Lady, the matriarch of the group. She is a 13-year-old, 85-pound black lab. While her hips don't let her move like she once did, she still has the heart of a 4-year-old and will put in her best effort. Then comes Taylor. Taylor is a 3-year-old, yellow lab with the energy to match. Taylor is a bit goofy, overzealous, and is like a big kid. She sometimes gets so excited as to trip over her own feet. Then comes Annie. Annie is my 2-year old Pembroke corgi. She is the smallest of the bunch, but don't tell her that. She is spunky, determined, and sometimes a bit hard-headed.