As a Client Communication Executive, Rebecca supports our Business Development Team in identifying, contacting and winning new business partnerships. She is at the forefront of the journey that our employer partners have with Lifetime and through building trusted relationships and identifying our employer partner needs she is instrumental in helping to grow our business. If she could invite anyone to a dinner party, Rebecca would choose an evening of intellectual conversation with Trevor McDonald, Malala Yousafzai and Bill Murray.
Lifetime’s emphasis on team contribution makes them a unique employer
I was aware of Lifetime and the employer partners they worked with. I chose to work for Lifetime to gain knowledge and experience across many sectors and to challenge myself in a more varied role.
The best thing about working for Lifetime is the Lifetime community. I feel incredibly well supported within my own team and other teams. In addition to this I enjoy to opportunity to liaise with and learn from other teams in order to broaden my own knowledge.
Typically I spend my days contacting current and prospect employer partners – building relationships with them and collating information/presentations for them in order to educate them on the training Lifetime can provide.
I am fairly new to the Lifetime team, however I anticipate my career path will lead towards new employer partner facing opportunities within the Business Development Team.
As I have only been at Lifetime for a short time it is hard to pinpoint one achievement, however working as part of a team that has won business during this time feels like a big achievement.
The biggest challenge I faced was knowing very little about apprenticeships before joining Lifetime and to overcome this used the vast array of resources on FUSE as well as learning from my peers to improve my knowledge.
I am part of the team that contacts and wins new business for the company, therefore my role contributes to the growth of our portfolio and our success with new employer partners.
A good attitude is what is required to be successful at Lifetime. Lifetime is a fast paced and rapidly growing company, therefore the most successful employees have a motivated and can do attitude – willing to go the extra mile!
There is a large and motivational support network here at Lifetime, regular 1-2-1s, team meetings and informal chats allow me to raise concerns as well as seek advice so that I feel fully supported and encouraged within my role.
Busy and rewarding. No two days here are the same and that’s what makes working at Lifetime so enjoyable. The workload is varied therefore I constantly feel challenged and valued within my role.
There is a strong sense of encouragement within my team as each role contributes towards our goal of winning new business. Regular team catch ups ensure that team members stay motivated and a constant line on communication is maintained so we all feel supported and valued.
The culture at Lifetime seems to be focused on collaboration and team work. The culture promotes the benefits of working together to achieve collective goals – and that is certainly reflected in the attitudes of the teams I work with.
Lifetime’s emphasis on team contribution makes them a unique employer. Within all internal processes the focus is on team effort to achieve a mutual goal. From my personal employment experience I’ve not witnessed such emphasis on team strategy and success.
Go for it! I’m glad I did.