As individuals and as a company, we know that to achieve our vision and mission, we must always do the right thing.
It is all about finishing well. It is not just putting a band-aid on a problem or putting out a fire but digging deep with a view to the future.
Just like snowflakes in a winter storm, every member of the PracticeWise team is unique. Our collective power comes in the blending of experiences, skills and life stories of our team.
While work can be a meaningful part of our lives, we know that life beyond work matters. We want to be present for the “milestone moments” in our families and ensure that they always know that families matter.
Laughter. Smiles. Energy. Connection. All things that are part of who we are and want to be. Life is short and we will have an attitude that embraces our ability to be ourselves and have fun at work.
Be a humble student and a generous teacher. We want to be courageous in our willingness and desire to innovate, evolve and adapt. We celebrate having the courage to grow.
This one is easy if we pause for only a moment to imagine that it was you on the other end of the phone line; that you were the one waiting for a package to be delivered; that you were the one not able to do your job because someone else did not do theirs. We know that rising tides float all boats, so we strive to always be a great partner.
Three simple short words – who…owns…it. There is huge power in those nine letters when they are strung together and taken as a mandate to always ask the question. We will take responsibility, individually and as a team for knowing who owns it.
True power, exponential power, comes from the free flow of information and knowledge. That update, that best practice, that seemingly unimportant tidbit of information could be the key that unlocks a solution, helps a customer, or completes a project. The possibilities are endless when we pause and consider, “who needs to know”?
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PracticeWise is committed to creating and maintaining a workplace in which all employees have an opportunity to participate and contribute to the success of the business and are valued for their skills, experience, and unique perspectives. This commitment is embodied in company policy and the way we do business at PracticeWise and is an important principle of sound business management.