4 years ago I started working at CHG Healthcare and I never would have imagined how much it would change my life as I walked through those doors for the very first time as an employee. The decade before I spent as a business owner, which had it’s highs and lows, but I loved being independent, how would it be working for a corporation? I had heard amazing things about this company but I was so worried that I would have a hard time integrating into the corporate world.
I’m happy to say that my worry of becoming just a number or a slave to a corporation didn’t happen. Instead I found a team and company that I believe in so much that I’m happy to be on the front line as a foot soldier. At CHG, we don’t have “bosses”, we have “leaders”. I’ve found a place where inspiration and personal growth are the blood of the organization. The core values are what we live by: Putting people first, continual improvement , quality and professionalism, honesty and integrity and growth. At the heart of every decision made, lies one of the core values.
This past year has been a struggle (in a good way). I’ve been stressed and pushed in so many ways which has lead to personal growth, humility and knowledge. It’s definitely been painful at times but looking back, I’m so thankful for these lessons, it’s made me tougher and more resilient.
I finally made it back into the green after several great weeks but I’m far from out of the woods. Here are some of the things I’ve learnt: I need to make it as easy as possible for others to work with me. I wasn’t working as hard as I thought I was. I was wrong about calls, I need to make 150 per week to be successful. Remove obstacles.