Rowing in the Same Direction

Dave Laha is President and CEO at Faithful AT Home Care

I can’t tell you how excited I am about the ongoing implementation of our core values. As a reminder our Core Values are:

  • Commitment to others – acting selfless, humble, and patient.
  • Doing the Right Thing – acting with integrity, kindness, and compassion. Treating everyone with respect and dignity.
  • Adaptable – being teachable, candid, openness to others.
  • Dedicated – hard-worker, acting purposefully.
  • Team Player – Positive attitude, finds balance, has fun.

Do you know why I’m so excited? Because our company’s core values are a set of principles that guide us and influence our company culture. They are the framework from which business decisions are made, especially when it comes to hiring, firing, and promoting employees. It means getting the right people in the right seats,  getting everyone on the same page, rowing in the same direction, and creating a synchronized vision for our future.

I would like to congratulate last quarters winners of the Core Recognition Spotlight:

  • February – Justine Huber
  • March – Marie Saturne-Pierre
  • April – Jasmin Cabrera
  • May – Deana Gatlin

Thank you for helping us gain traction by instilling discipline and accountability throughout our company. You’ve proved that EVERYONE is capable EVERYDAY of executing our vision.

What is that vision you ask? Once fully implemented, our core values and vision will enable Faithful At Home Care to grow into a leading provider of non-medical home care to the residents of the mid-Atlantic region, and eventually expand across the country. To achieve that bold vision, we need associates who live and breathe our core values. We are laser-focused in our efforts on “getting the right people in the right seats” so that we can build a strong foundation upon which Faithful At Home Care can grow into a formidable provider of non-medical home care services.

I know changes in leadership can be concerning and restructuring roles and responsibilities can be unsettling, but they are part of the journey we must take to reach our vision and our ultimate destination. In making these changes, we are making sacrifices together and enduring short-term pain as an organization but doing so with a plan to achieve our long-term strategic goals. Our future leaders will share the same vision and core values, be strong, have compassion and empathy and, will be team builders who can work cohesively to create momentum.

I invite you to learn more about EOS, the Entrepreneurial Operating System philosophy that we utilize to help us gain vision, traction, and build a more cohesive, functional, and healthy leadership team by CLICKING HERE.  I am confident that we are building a talented leadership team that will be ready to take the exemplary services we provide to a wider audience. I look forward to sharing our future growth and success with all of you. It’s an exciting time to work at Faithful At Home Care!