Second VALUE AWARD is presented
July 24, 2013
Michelle Thomes, Henderson, has been presented the Value Award for ACCOUNTABILITY at Minnesota Valley Health Center (MVHC).
"The employee Value Award Program is based on seven key principles: responsibility, accountability, determination, contribution, resilience, perspective and faith," said Bonnie Barnhardt, MVHC Executive Director of Human Resources. "Every other month one of the values is highlighted and employees are encouraged to nominate a co-worker or staff member who lives out that value in his or her work."
The value for June was accountability: I will not allow low self-esteem, self-limiting beliefs, or the negativity of others to prevent me from achieving my authentic goals and from being the person I am meant to be.
Thomas, who is a Registered Nursing Assistant at MVHC's The Neighborhoods of Gardenview, was nominated for her dedication to the residents and for her work ethic. "She sets and accomplishes goals," the nomination stated. "She has a positive attitude, which she encourages in others. She's flexible and willing to help out wherever needed. Michelle is very deserving of this award."
Minnesota Valley Health Center is an extensive healthcare campus located in Le Sueur, MN.