Angela Koch joined U.S. Money Reserve in 2003. After 12 years of hard work, she attained her current position as CEO of the company.
As a single parent Ms. Koch worked very hard to achieve career success. At times holding down three jobs as she pursued her dreams. Ultimately it was her understanding of systems and people, which earned her the top position at U.S. Money Reserve.
U.S. Money Reserve is one of the leading bullion coin distributors in the United States. As such, the business is a preeminent distributor of U.S. government-issued coins. The company enjoys an excellent reputation for its high level of service and the exceptional quality of the coins they handle.
At the end of the day, Ms. Koch would admit that U.S. Money Reserve is a sales and marketing enterprise. However, rather than being one dimensional in its focus, she insists on her staff being well rounded in all aspects of their jobs. For example, in order to meticulously assist clients account executives must first become thoroughly knowledgeable. As such, they can listen to the needs and objectives of their customers and offer valuable advice based on current information.
To this end, Ms. Koch is a 100% believer in providing her employees with the resources needed to grow. Continually educating the staff will ultimately benefit the entire organization in every way that one might expect.
The progress made in her years at the helm of the company she attributes to personal and professional development initiatives. Angela Koch sees these as vital to the future of the business.
Ms. Koch, the only female CEO in the precious metals industry, asserts that a well-prepared staff can practically run the show on their own. Understanding the mission and knowing how to execute it is the name of the game.
As employees begin to master their individual roles in an organization, the company they work for improves its ability to deliver its products and services. Thus, Ms. Koch sees resources spent on improving the staff as an investment.
More competent employees increase the earning potential of a business, and U.S. Money Reserve gets it. As would any good CEO, Ms. Koch sees it as her job to make U.S. Money Reserve better and more profitable.
Angela Koch’s assent to her current position may have been powered by hard work, but it was fueled by smarts. As she climbed the ladder to the top, she realized that success is the result of a process.
Since early in her executive career, Angela Koch has held to the belief that a business leader must always take a process, characterize it, and ultimately apply technology to it in such a way as to make it useful in serving customers.
As CEO Angela Koch continues building U.S. Reserve, she stands on solid ground. She knows her strengths and her limitations. Furthermore, Ms. Koch understands the importance of being personally balanced. Lastly she expects the same from everyone in her organization without any excuses or exceptions.
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