Many of us come to virtual work with years of experience in a corporate or small business environment. We have developed skills, processes, and procedures in multiple tools to deal with daily business in our job duties in a traditional and physical office space. While these years of experience make us more valuable as workers it has not prepared us from the amount of effort we must take in recreating the multiple touch experience of a physical work environment when we translate it into virtual.
As a Meadows VA School Member you will have full access to our online learning bank, private group video conferences, live training, private Facebook Group for Members, Private Job Board for Members, and access to all of our swipe files, templates, and many many more learning tools.
In order to be most flexible for our learners we offer individual course selection. We do recommend if you are going to take more than one course that you sign up for the monthly membership to get the most bang for your buck.
Interviewing and Onboarding
Interviewing is a critical part of finding the virtual work of your dreams. It is important to realize that most hiring managers are not experts at hiring or interviewing. They are nervous and anxious just like you. Having a pleasant and upbeat personality during an interview help to make an interviewer more comfortable and engaged with you during your interview.
This is your time to shine with your new client. You have the job, but you need to secure your worth, set business boundaries, and set you and your client up for success from the start
Customer Service and Business Boundaries
Customer service is one of the most important things you can do to become successful as a virtual.