We show up to excel.

We show up to excel.

Business entrepreneurs don’t start a business simply to show up and maintain the status quo; rather, they drive for innovation: a different way of doing things.

LOTO — Matt Herron Part 1 || Client Side Chats

LOTO — Matt Herron Part 1 || Client Side Chats

Join us for the first of a five-part series with Matt Heron, MS, PE, CSP, CPE, Lead Safety Engineer at the Southwest Research Institute. In this first clip, we discuss lockout / tagout and how he worked through the process to get employee uptake for use. This is a great example of how to overcome barriers through engagement and consideration of customer design so an important safety element is used without question.

If your actions create a legacy that inspires others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, then, you are an excellent leader.

If your actions create a legacy that inspires others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, then, you are an excellent leader.

While businesses have processes and procedures to accomplish the tasks that assure results, its leadership in allowing a positive culture to thrive that drives success. Positive cultures are safe cultures not only set by a safe work environment, they are set by people feeling it’s safe to bring up the tough things, not just what’s going right. Actions that demonstrate respect, trust, and value for each person’s contribution creates and sustains a great culture both in good times and bad.

Company Responsibility for Employee Wellbeing — Jenna Valentine Part 3 || Client Side Chats

Company Responsibility for Employee Wellbeing — Jenna Valentine Part 3 || Client Side Chats

In part 3 of our three-part series with Dr. Jenna Valentine, we discuss employee being and organizational impacts. Dr. Valentine discusses how many times employers tend to look at employees as solving all the organization’s problems; however, that can’t be possible. Jenna cites data regarding the importance as well as performance and financial impact of wellbeing has success. Also discussed are the five pillars of wellbeing and how the career pillar is tied to the other four. Jenna also provides some insight as to what can be done to improve employee wellbeing that benefits everyone. Dr. Valentine (DACM, LAc) is a speaker, holistic wellness coach and practitioner. As a Doctor of Chinese Medicine and a licensed acupuncturist, with additional certification in functional medicine, Jenna is committed to uncovering practical and accessible methods for integrating health and wellness seamlessly into our fast-paced lives. Enjoy the final part of our series with Dr. Valentine.