Mar 18, 2019
When someone tells you that they’re part of the family business, you either think of a Jimmy Cagney movie - or the little corner shops of your youth.
Debbie bucks all of those stereotypes. She’s been a part of the family business, with her parents and her sister and has seen ISO Quality Services go from a one-man business in Ireland, to the globe-spanning company based in Worcester.
Listening to Debbie speak about her journey, it’s hard not to be incredibly impressed with how hard the business works - not just for clients, but for the company itself.
In this conversation, she covers:
- the values of a family company
- how to decide the right way to serve your clients
- how to control the evolution of a company
So, how do you ensure that “the family” side doesn’t take over the business, and it just becomes a little too inward-looking? Debbie talks about this (a lot of his has to do with her relationship with her sister) and is a continual process, that they keep a very close eye on.
Debbie Farr is the Director of Training at ISO Quality Services. She’s been with the company since 2014. She can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org