Laura Seiverling Earns HIGH 5 Grand Prize
Congratulations to Laura Seiverling, PhD, Clinical Supervisor of the Center for Pediatric Feeding Disorders, on being named the HIGH 5 Grand Prize winner for this program year. Nominated by families and staff alike, Dr. Laura exemplifies both professionalism and compassion in caring for children with severe feeding issues.
Over 75 employees received HIGH 5s during the 2015-2015 program year. All nominees were honored at a breakfast award ceremony with senior management of St. Mary’s to celebrate their achievements.
HIGH 5 is St. Mary’s employee recognition program that motivates, empowers, and rewards our top performers. All active employees are eligible for nomination during the program year and can receive a HIGH 5 by demonstrating one or more of the HIGH 5 values.
HIGH 5 Values
Helpful-The willingness to work responsively with other employees; looks for solutions that helps others do their jobs more efficiently.
Innovative-Exploring and creating new ideas and solutions that improve existing policies and increases overall quality.
Goes the extra mile-Goes above and beyond the call of duty to meet St. Mary’s customer’s expectations.
Handles challenges proactively and positively-When faced with a challenge, he or she takes the initiative to seek a resolution with a positive attitude.