Our Latest Values Awards Winners
Here at FundsLibrary, we know the success of our business is not just about what we deliver, but importantly, it is about how we go about our day to day activities. How we approach our work is guided by our values – these are the behaviours and principles we feel are important for us, to be successful collectively, and that set us apart as a business. Our five core values are:
Successful Client Collaboration
Inspired Team Working
Taking a Stance for Quality
Having a Winning Attitude
Demonstrating our Expertise
Our Values Awards provide the opportunity to celebrate great examples of FundsLibrary colleagues who adopt these principles. Giving the whole business the opportunity to nominate who they believe has demonstrated, and embraced, the company’s core values.
Nominations have flooded in over the past three months, and we now proudly present the winners of our Values Awards.
Joe Lear for successful client collaboration: Joe ensures any client queries are promptly addressed. His attention to detail means that our data quality is consistently high and reliable, helping us to stand out amongst our peers.
Ed Fowles for having a winning attitude: Ed’s attitude to work, along with his expertise and knowledge inspires those around him. He continually applies his experience to provide value and innovation for our clients.
Lucy Lyons for inspired team working: Lucy continually proves she is a vital asset to our team. She is always happy to get involved, and enables the smooth running of our office, facilitating a positive working environment for the whole team.
Stan Walentek for demonstrating our expertise: Stan works with urgency and attention to detail, focusing on delivering quality internally and externally for our clients.
James Hendry for taking a stance for quality: James has delivered a number of exciting projects for the business, ensuring we continually improve how we operate.
You can find out more about our previous Values Awards winners here.
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