Mr. Paul Herdsman is the COO and co-founder of the NICE Global Company. Mr. Paul co-started the NICE Global in early 2014 with its headquarters l in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Herdsman oversees a lot of duties in this company that ranges from watching over everyday operations to and creating strategic partnerships and putting in place long-term measures for growth of the business. According to a recent interview that Herdsman gave, he said that he believes that it is imperative for leaders to understand all aspects of a business which they are in charge or working for, that why he has proved to be a hands-on manager at NICE Global.
Herdsman says a good leader should understand what every department requires and places right members of staff in these positions. Mr. Paul says he believes in searching, honing, and retaining talent at NICE Global Company by treating the staff members professionally so that they are happy to work with the company for many years with the opportunity to get promotions. Paul also believes that power any person should have a solid home life so that he or she can give the best performance possible.
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Paul’s belief that all children deserve to have a home is the main reason that NICE Global Outreach which is a charitable endeavor, was established. The organization supports the SOS Children’s Village, which is a non-profit well-being association that is privately owned and run and offers permanent residence to orphaned and abandoned children. View Additional Info Here.
Paul, a father himself, said he wants to see every child having the upbringing that they deserve and also likes to offer support to other organizations that are working towards achieving the same goal. Paul Herdsman advises those who want to start a business or company to first understand the role the company is playing, responsibility, and the desired goal of the company.
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