Watford and Three Rivers Planned Care team embraces culture of appreciation and kindness

Published: 25th March 2024

In a heart-warming display of team bond and gratitude, the Watford and Three Rivers Planned Care team has implemented a novel approach to boost morale and foster a sense of appreciation among its members.

Recognising the importance of acknowledging the daily acts of kindness, support, and dedication demonstrated by team members towards patients and each other, the team embarked on a heartfelt initiative. Dubbed the "envelope idea," this thoughtful gesture provided everyone with the opportunity to express their gratitude by leaving notes of thanks for their colleagues.

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The response from staff has been overwhelmingly positive, with many expressing how valued and connected they feel as part of the team. This simple, yet powerful, practice has not only strengthened bonds within the team but has also uplifted spirits and created a more supportive work environment.

"Every single member of the team works so hard on a daily basis and we wanted to make sure this was recognised no matter how big or small the act of kindness. I am very proud to lead the Watford planned Care team, coming to work is a pleasure" Corinne Day, Locality Manager, Watford and Three Rivers Planned Care team

By embracing a culture of love and kindness, the Watford and Three Rivers Planned Care team sets a shining example of how small gestures can make a significant difference with workplace morale and camaraderie.

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