I’m Alex Weatherly
I’m passionate about providing a quality service at value to support clients to make improvements in their business. From unifying processes and making efficiencies, maximising the customer relationship and analysing data to aid business decisions. I work in partnership with clients to help things run more efficiently. This in turn, enables their business to grow.
With a degree in Human Resource Management followed by 15 years’ experience in the corporate world; experience has ranged from managing teams, business change and recruitment. Throughout all roles, I’ve had a keen eye for process improvement and implemented innovative ways of working to make processes as efficient as they can possibly be. During my time in both Recruitment and as a Team Leader, I was involved in designing bespoke work-flow administration systems for teams to ensure work flowed as efficiently as possible. I’ve also been responsible in a number of roles, for collecting and analysing data and ensuring it is presented in appropriate formats.
I’ve been running VBSS for 4-years now and have thoroughly enjoyed the journey being self-employed has taken me on. I support clients with a variety of tasks dependent upon their needs. Support has ranged from Process Mapping, Identifying Process Efficiencies, Writing Standard Guidelines, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Set-Up and Implementation, Branded Customer Materials, E-Newsletters, Data Collection, Analysis and Presentation.
At the core of Virtual Business Support Services are the following values:
A little more about me
I live in a village in the heart of the National Forest in Derbyshire. I live with my husband, very energetic daughter and dog who both keep me on my toes.
Having only moved to Derbyshire six years ago, we love exploring the local area with our dog and always seem to discover something new! I’m a creative soul at heart and in my spare time, I like making arts and crafts, and celebration cakes.
I’m also very interested in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). I particularly like this theory as it helps us understand how our minds are wired, how we make decisions and how we learn. Using this information then helps us understand how we can be the best possible version of ourselves and use life as a journey to achieve this. It is something I have always enjoyed reading about when I was first introduced to the theory at University. I read books, blogs and listen to podcasts about ‘type’ and enjoy the self-discovery and development of my own type (INFJ) and of the friends and family around me.