Angela Krans describes a recent volunteering event with the Shepherd Center to host a cookout that went beyond the backyard. SEI consultants, along with their families and clients, had the opportunity to meet the Shepherd Center patients and families during an evening of food and friendship.
Last fall, St. Aloysius, an organization and school that provides psychiatric services to Cincinnati youth, faced a big problem; the “no-show” rate for their programs was almost as high as 30%. In this blog, Lauren McDonald explains how a group of SEI-Cincinnati consultants and the dedicated staff members of St. Aloysius partnered together to solve this problem during a “data-hack-a-thon.”
Consultant Andrea Metz has been serving others through mission work in communities across the United States and internationally in Mexico, Africa, and along the Amazon River of Brazil. Each mission trip is unique and offers many impactful opportunities to serve others. In this blog, Andrea discusses her passion for serving others and why that makes all the difference in her career at SEI.
Think you know what it means to have integrity? When asked to define integrity, many people immediately search for synonyms: honest, ethical, or a person of high moral fiber. While these definitions are certainly true, there is a second definition of integrity that completes the picture of who an SEI consultant is. In this blog, Joe Combs discusses what true integrity looks like and why it’s part of our “collective soul.”
Every group has certain norms and behaviors that guide its actions and help define that group. For many organizations, norms are developed over time and are largely unspoken. There is, however, real value in putting forth a concerted effort to identify, validate, and celebrate the norms of a successful organization. In this week’s blog, Jane DiMartino and Karen Mancini share the norms that inspire SEI and contribute to our success.