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Valoris Superheroes – Cosmina’s story

We are delighted to reveal to you Valoris’ successful stories! Today we’d like to introduce you to one of our superheroes, Cosmina – Junior Trainer. Discover her journey and get inspired!

  1. What do you think we should know about you? Could tell us more about yourself?

I’m a person who makes mistakes quickly. I won’t brag, as famous people do in their autobiographies. Not! Things can be challenging for me sometimes, and I tend to react too soon or say that I cannot do something. Occasionally I’m dissatisfied and believe what I’ve done needs to be improved. But I never lack respect—respect for my surroundings, work, and myself. Therefore, respect is the value I have always upheld and will continue to do so in all choices and circumstances.

  1. Where did you graduate from and what are your plans?

Young individuals typically focus on building a professional before considering raising a family. For me, it was the opposite. I can now focus on my career success because my son Robert, who has always been the most important person in my life, has grown up and evolved into my best friend. As long as I have the energy, I won’t stop learning because, as they say, “the sky is the limit.”

  1. What was your childhood dream?

Today, I have everything I ever wanted: a lovely family, coworkers who make me feel like I have a second family at work, beloved friends, and financial stability. Love, consideration, and delight are all around me. Moreover, some days, I giggle and make everyone around me laugh until they ache. What else could I ask for?

  1. Do you have any hobbies? What do you do in your spare time?

There are hundreds of stories in the library and ideas from people who have lived longer than I have. Why, then, should I be deceitful? Our patience and time are running out as we age, so the best series, movies, podcasts, and music replace books. And even if we don’t gather frequently, I still consider the best thing to do is meet with my noisy friends, screaming that I defeated them at games like whist, rummy, Rentz, Activity, and many others, not because I cheat, but because I am the best. 😊

  1. Do you have a motto? If so, which one?

“The more one judges, the less one loves.” – Honoré de Balzac

  1. When did you join the Valoris team?

When I originally joined the Valoris team over three years ago, I was immediately struck by the warmth and friendliness. It was a very compelling reason for me to stay in Valoris and pursue career growth in this lovely family known as Valoris.

  1. How was your experience while working for Valoris so far?

At the risk of stating the obvious, my experience at Valoris was founded on mutual respect and empathy. Don’t imagine I enjoyed listening to tense couriers or unhappy customers. But I was confident that my efforts would be successful if I persisted and wanted to grow. That is exactly what happened, and I won’t stop there! Additionally, even though the phrase “meritocracy” could be overused, I believe it to be one of the guiding principles of Valoris. 😊

  1. What do you love most about us?

The hybrid work environment, which relies on coherent communication and is supported by technology that Valoris is catching up to, is what I appreciate best. Naturally, I can’t help but bring up the company’s youthful work environment, which gives it a lot of energy and character. Valoris made me envision a business that developed using western models. The company magazine’s existence, among other things, demonstrates the group’s youthful, intelligent, and spirited nature. I genuinely appreciate what I do, and I believe that since I have known myself, I have been preparing for both who I am today and who I will be tomorrow. This endeavor appeals to me significantly since, even though the fundamentals remain constant, new developments are constantly occurring in the sector.

I enjoy working with people and am glad to be a part of Valoris. Here, I met people who genuinely want to advance your career because they value you. I am incredibly grateful to them since they stood by my side and helped me daily.

  1. Finally, what message do you have for your colleagues? 

Benjamin Franklin once said, “You can do everything you set your mind to.

There will always be drawbacks and complex challenges when working with people, but the most important thing is to keep going! My advice is always to maintain sight of the fundamental key: empathy. No matter the situation, choose to help just as you would like to receive it. Empathy is the key to any form of relationship.