For many folks, saying “sorry” is a habitual politeness. Apologizing for circumstances and situations even beyond your control for the sake of others’ comfort is more of a learned response. Consider the last time you apologized to someone for something – maybe you were running a few minutes behind or failed to hold the elevator door. Was that “sorry” really warranted?
Community Medical Centers supports 900 employees and 112,000 patients each year. Their mission is powerful: working to provide healthcare for marginalized, unserved populations. CMC began as an outreach effort in the 1960’s by a group of volunteers to provide healthcare for farm workers and has since evolved to focus on homeless populations. With such a powerful purpose, the morale among team members in the Finance Department is critically important.