What keeps investors going is the search for investments that can withstand much of the instability that one typically finds in the stock market. For many over the years, this has meant looking into gold as an option, in addition to other precious metals.
Of the many companies in the business of distributing these investment goods, few are as large as the U.S. Money Reserve. And their CEO, Angela Koch, has a plan to make them even bigger with an investment plan aimed at her employees.
The U.S. Money Reserve has a lot in common with its competitors, like in the size and growth of their selling and marketing departments. But according to Koch, this is where the similarities end.
While, as a selling organization, the company needs these departments to be robust, she wants the workforce capable of much more. And they’ll need to be as the company works on its growth plans.
Sitting at the top of the company’s executive structure, Koch is looking to invest into the company in ways that will turn every employee into a problem solver able to run the business without much intervention from management. Part of her growth plan involves personal and professional investment in every employee.
Having the responsibility to make these decisions isn’t something Koch expected of her professional life. Koch began her career without a college degree to back her up, and she had a child on the way. This meant any job that would have her, Koch accepted. The prospects weren’t great, but she was determined to find a way to make the best of it.
Koch quickly acclimated to a working reality where she held down multiple jobs, no matter the industry, to make ends meet. But she quickly discovered a method to advance to new positions.
No matter the job she held, Koch made it her sole focus to learn all she could about the job and the company she worked for, all to advance to better positions. She invested time and effort to bolster her professional education, and as a result is in a position to help people do the same.
Now that she is a CEO, able to affect the working lives of others, Koch is looking to provide the same advantage she created for herself to others. Employee training will include a system of information gathered from all over the company, assessing the incoming data and making it comprehensive for everyone.
With all that data coming from all corners of the U.S. Money Reserve, every employee will have the resources necessary to develop themselves professionally and personally. And in building them up, Koch is assured that they’ll return that value back into the company.
While this is an investment in the company, as executives plow ahead with expansion efforts, Koch isn’t just confident that they’ll develop as people but will be capable of pursuing any professional ambition they choose.
About the U.S. Money Reserve:
The U.S. Reserve is one of the largest precious metals distributors operating in the US today. From their headquarters in Texas, they’ve spent nearly two decades providing gold, platinum, and silver to investors, all back by inspection by the federal government.
With President Philip N. Diehl, formerly with the US Treasury and the United State Mint, this company has helped over half a million investors take steps to secure their financial future.
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