What are you doing at LeanIX?
I’m the Sr. Sales Operations Manager (Global) here at LeanIX in Boston.
Feedback is an essential part of the LeanIX culture. We believe that regular and qualified feedback helps everyone to develop and grow beyond their limits. Therefore we have set up a dedicated process to guarantee a smooth and helpful feedback process for all LeanIX employees to support the development of everyone’s career.
Starting a new job is always an inspiring thing to do. Therefore, it is natural to have first-day jitters:
How will the colleagues be? Whats task expects me? And - not unessential at all - how does the office look?
Markus, you are our intern since March. So a long time of this internship runs by remote work. How do you feel about doing a remote internship?
At the start of my internship, I was lucky to work in the Bonn office for the first two weeks. I got to know my whole team and most of the other employees personally.
Nowadays, in the corona-times, a lot of enterprises stoped their hiring. These increases the role of career offices for students and enterprises, as they offer students the possibility to get to know enterprises, and the other way round.
Who are you?
Hey, I’m Laura Mauersberger. I’ve studied communication management, and I’ve lived in many places all over the world. Now, I’m in Germany and really happy.
The world of work has changed a lot in the last few days. The streets are empty and so are most offices. Because of the coronavirus, companies are now dependent on employees being able to work well from home. We’re pleased that we equipped our employees from the outset with hardware and software that makes working from home not an issue at all.
I joined the LeanIX online marketing team as a working student last summer. As a student, it’s often quite hard to combine studies and work, but here it’s possible. I’m really happy to have flexible working hours and schedules. From time to time, I work from home, so I don’t always have to commute from Cologne to Bonn.
LeanIX veranstaltet am 26.03.2020 einen digitalen Girls´ Day und gibt so allen interessierten, jungen Frauen einen Einblick in verschiedene Berufe der IT.