The professionals of the Full Moon People - Part 3

Henry has been working for the Full Moon People as a guide team leader at the Porsche Museum for three years and is now one of the old hands there. In a short interview he tells us what motivates him every day.

With a pool of over 1,000 promoters and professionally trained staff, Full Moon People operates in the personnel services sector throughout Germany. Henry has been working for the Full Moon People as a guide team leader at the Porsche Museum for three years and is now one of the old hands there. In a short interview he tells us what motivates him every day anew.

Describe a typical day at the Porsche Museum.

Henry: Every day, about 1,000 people from all over the world visit us. So the art is to be able to react to different wishes, expectations and needs with our service every day. That's why I dare to say that a "typical day" at the Porsche Museum does not really exist.

But?

Henry: "Adventurous days" - is more accurate. Because every day is more of a challenge. Regardless of the language, our credo is: Every visitor should be inspired. That is the yardstick by which we measure ourselves every day.

So you can't encounter boredom as part of your team?

Henry: The whole world is our guest every day. I would rather call it pure variety.

So was it the right decision to choose the Porsche Museum and Full Moon?

Henry: Yes, after three years, I can sign the calm conscience. It is a give and take. Full Moon doesn't restrict you, but encourages your talent and gives you enough freedom for your own development.

How important is the communication between you and your contacts in the Full Moon People for the daily work in the Porsche Museum?

Henry: It is crucial that there is an open exchange. If you can rely on always finding open ears and receiving the necessary support, that is motivation to give your best every day.

Just between us: How much life is there in a museum?

Henry: The Porsche Museum is alive and adrenalin is pure. Even if the engines don't roar loudly, sports car fans can still enjoy themselves! Both for the visitors and for us as a team. You are not guided through and end up at the exit at some point. Not only the modern architecture of the museum, but also the models are timeless.

You must have already experienced a lot in the museum?

Henry: That is probably true. Curious trivialities of everyday life and situation comedy, that's what I sometimes like best about my work. If there is something I cannot do without, it is humour.

One of your best anecdotes is which one?

Henry: There are many. For example, the door may open and suddenly a Thai prince stands in front of you. You quickly go through all the labels and are glad that you have some etiquette know-how. Or you turn around and Herbert Grönemeyer strolls calmly around the museum. As I said, "boring" - you won't find it here!

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