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The Merriam-Webster dictionary states that an MVP can be defined as: : “the player who contributes the most to his or her team’s success”.
At Reed City Group, we are team in every form, and each of our “players” are extremely crucial to the overall success of the company. Each month, we aim to spotlight those that have gone above and beyond in contributing to our team’s success. These people naturally go out of their way, for the better good of everyone, without initially knowing how much their contribution means. Their leadership qualities are a driving force that motivate those around them to be better. Here are our most recent MVPs:
Darrell Reed: December
In December, Darrel went above expectations making sure that machines stayed running during non-working hours to ensure we kept on pace for making our lead times. This, in turn, maintains customer expectations. This kind of dedication and hard is endlessly appreciated! Great work, Darrell!
Maria Thiel: January
Maria went above and beyond in January. Single-handedly, she created instructions and job books on some of our new and old products, while also spending countless hours training employees on new procedures. At times, this required staying late, or working off shifts to properly train 2nd and 3rd shifts. Maria has also made sure to be present at any new product launches or trials, and assisting with keeping shipments on time. This is a great example of what it takes to be a team-player, and we are extremely appreciative of Maria’s ongoing efforts! Keep up the great work!
Fran Carpenter: February
As our most recent MVP at this time, Fran took initiative in February to train new employees on proper procedures, processes, and quality checks. Fran is quick to jump in and help out where she can, including working extended overtime to meet the needs of assembly. It is important to note Fran sets a great example by also keeping her workplace clean and tidy as well! You are a great asset to our team, keep it up, Fran!