February’s shining stars
- by Emma Timbrell
- February 24, 2022
We like to recognise the people who have gone above and beyond to live our values and behaviours through their actions and work. Their continued commitment to staying ‘above the water line’ is an inspiration to us all!
In this edition, we’re celebrating the incredible achievements of our Performance Award recipients throughout December and January.
Congratulations to all our Shining Stars!
Sunny Singh: Sunny owned the rollout and management of the new CCTV cameras plus ran a quality initiative to free up space and storage in CCTV van. He displayed the Interflow behaviour of Lead & Empower and the Interflow value of Competence.
Dario Gvozden: Dario went above and beyond by supporting the needs of the business in NZ during the unprecedented times of COVID-19. He displayed the Interflow behaviour of Achieve Together & the Interflow value of Reliability.
Carlos Gonzalez: Carlos responded to noise complaints from SEW and took it upon himself to source acoustic barriers to be used on night shift. This approach has now raised the bar on noise management going forward. By listening to your client and doing something about it shows great respect. He displayed the Interflow behaviour of Solve Customer Problems and the Interflow value of Respect.
Reece Paulzen: Reece has effectively stepped up to run the SEW program and achieved exceptional outcomes on a number of projects. He displayed the Interflow behaviour of Achieve Together & the Interflow value of Reliability.
Sam Purkiss, Travis O’Hara, and Tyrone Fonua: The crew displayed exceptional customer service skills and displayed the Interflow Behaviour of Achieve Together & Lead and Empower and also the Interflow value of Reliability.
Rhianon Blawuciak: Rhianon took on the role of warehouse manager in the absence of Scott Beaumont during an incredibly busy time of the year. She displayed the Interflow behaviour of Achieve Together and the Interflow value of Reliability.
Matt Hindle: The HSE team has been working with our suppliers to improve the sun protection provided by a hard hat alone. We had exhausted our options and couldn’t find anything that worked for our business. Matt found a product and sent it through, it’s now being considered as a viable option for the Southern Team. If successful, it will improve sun protection, save money by removing the need to wear additional attachments, and be usable across the business.
David Gowan: David was nominated for his efforts on the Turramurra ECI contract. David’s efforts sorting out maps into logical order to make inspections more efficient as well as carefully recording all data obtained is invaluable to ensuring accurate pricing. He displayed the Interflow behaviours of Solve Customer Problems, Be Your Best & Achieve Together & the Interflow value of Competence.
Mark Hoult: Mark Displayed the Interflow behaviour of Solve Customer Problems and the Interflow value of Reliability.
Kurt Nestor: Kurt introduced an innovative solution that assisted in creating an optimum outcome to the team. He displayed the Interflow behaviour of Lead & Empower and the Interflow value of Honesty.