(Contracted to work for Auckland Gas Company)
Thought I would just drop you a note to say how much I enjoyed working with you at Auckland Gas.
Firstly, in the office you added so much energy and happiness to what went on here and the changes and growth during that period was marvellous. But equally, I was impressed with the tenacity and steel you showed intaking on the sales role in most recent times. The fact is if I went into an office or accounts management role and tried to do that work I would be totally lost and would not have achieved anywhere near as much as you did. I also know that lots of customers now know who Auckland Gas is from your efforts.
Liz, I wanted to tell you that you have many fine qualities and strengths that I admire and I have no doubt that your next move will be the right one for you.
The Auckland Gas Company
Thank you for your help and advice throughout this ordeal. It is an awful position to be in when you owe a supplier money and you just can't pay it. Your understanding, directness and honesty made our conversations bearable. Your professional approach has been outstanding.
Wishing you continued success,
Simpson Worthington Ltd
Liz joined this office as receptionist/typist in 1984 and very quickly involved herself in the many activities in which the Practice Division of the New Zealand Institute of Architects is responsible on a national basis.
Through her diligence, she was given increasing responsibility including, book keeping, banking, typing of confidential reports and other duties requiring the understanding of the many facets of the building industry.
Her daily contact with the general public and dealings with members of the profession have been exemplary, and she is highly regarded by the Board or Management of this institute.
Elizabeth has a very happy outlook on life and a bouyant personality with a keen sense of humour, in addition she is a very hard worker and mixes well with all age groups. During her two years with us, she has continually improved her knowledge including micro computer and word processing experience. She is highly intelligent and learns new procedures very rapidly.
Liz is leaving to broaden her experience; the Institute will miss her and would recommend her to any employer fortunate enough to have as a member of their staff.
New Zealand Institute of Architects