This Mayo Life: An award-winning attitude

Jan 28, 2019 | Treasure Ransom | @transom

Mayo Clinic is a unique place: the culture, the values, the people. This Mayo Life explores the experiences of Mayo Clinic employees as they navigate life, both personally and professionally. Individual experiences make us unique, increase our understanding of others and ultimately contribute to finding connections, belonging and inclusion at work.

In this episode of This Mayo Life, you'll hear from Christine Adame, manager of medical transcription, who shares her excitement at nominating Francisco Abeyta, an Information Technology analyst, for the Individual Award for Service Excellence. This award is given to those who are high achievers and know how to tackle difficult challenges. Their good work inspires and motivates others. Abeyta received the Individual Award for Service Excellence and won the Mae Berry Service Excellence Award. The latter award, endowed by Leonard Berry, Ph.D., is given to those who act selflessly to meet the needs of patients and approach them as the highest priority. It is great to hear Abeyta's thoughts on working at Mayo Clinic and the humbling experience of receiving these awards.

Now that you have heard of one of the many ways employees at Mayo can be recognized, hit the comments and share how you like to be recognized for a job well done.


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