Bringing Core Values to Life at Laser Spine Institute
By Karen Speicher, Patient Care Consultant, Laser Spine Institute
At the Laser Spine Institute, we’ve been on a journey of creating a progressive culture of positive, proactive care that is committed to sharing our healthcare values with our patients now and every day moving forward. We believe that bringing these core values to vibrant, thriving life within our organization takes not only time but studious cultivation and we further believe that the discovery phase of this journey was absolutely key in gathering the proper informational seeds that we required to begin.
F.A.C.E It’s A Mission
Participants in the F.A.C.E. – It’s a Mission seminar learned the importance of culture and a positive business environment. During the session, David Speicher, CEO of the Center for Organizational and Relational Excellence (C.O.R.E.), spoke about what culture is and how it impacts a business. Seminar participants shared stories with one another about past business experiences and what they have done to make a positive environment at their franchise.
Another networking opportunity was the second First Lady Breakfast Forum held the morning of Oct. 17. The forum gave women attendees a unique opportunity to talk with women involved in Clockwork Home Services franchises.
The panel consisted of Rebecca Cassel, group president of consumer services at Clockwork Home Services; Kelly Dean, co-owner of One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning in Warrenton, Va.; Shelley Etter, co-owner of Benjamin Franklin Plumbing in Monterey, Calif.; Jacque Hunter, wife of Tab Hunter, president of franchise operations at Clockwork Home Services; Cherie Jester, co-owner of Benjamin Franklin Plumbing and Mister Sparky in Atlantic, Va.; Ann Kennedy, co-owner of Mister Sparky in Sarasota, Fla.; and Karen Speicher, executive vice president of C.O.R.E. in Tampa Bay, Fla.