Ability to choose a job based on the future "boss" is great. So we invited our Team Leaders to a virtual cup of coffee and asked them a few questions for you. And the bosses suddenly became people of flesh and blood and helped to complete the idea of our corporate culture.

LORÁNT GÁTI, ERP Logistic Services

When I get up for work, I look forward to: Waking up next to my wife and having coffee with her. Learning something new, helping people in the team and solving every task so that the customer is satisfied.

My career path: Very long. A little travel around the world and then 14 years in a metallurgical company. 7 years of which in sales and then 7 years in logistics. Subsequently, I changed the industry and moved to an IT company, where after some time I was in charge of team responsible for the change requirements on the devices in the data centers. I've been at FPT since 2019.

I am responsible for: The logistics services team for ERP solutions with the main focus on SAP, in addition, I oversee the quality of SAP services provided to our customers and help acquire new customers.

The most amazing part of my job is: Working with amazing people I can learn from and support at work and also build cooperation with customers.

The biggest challenge I faced: For me, every challenge is an opportunity and when talking about occasions, I follow Richard Brandson's motto "If somebody offers you an amazing opportunity but you are not sure you can do it, say yes - then learn how to do it later ”. The big challenge and at the same time opportunity for me was the change of industry after 14 years of experience (transition from the metallurgical industry to IT) that I have managed successfully.

The most memorable moment in my career: There were several for sure, but I will mention this one: …When I got an Oscar for the role of the best "boss". It was a farewell from my previous team. I really appreciate it.

I expect from people: First and foremost open communication, team spirit, responsibility and of course good cooperation.

When leading people I consider important: Trying to find a way to each person in the team and lead him individually. Adding value to people every day and trying to develop them. Leaving them independent, but at the same time being ready to support them when they need it. Not looking at failures as something bad, but perceiving them as a space for learning and improvement. I also consider it important to build a feedback culture.

When I’m not working: I spend time with my family, working around the house and in the garden listening to music