Keys to Excellence Employee of the Month

Lorain County Community College Keys to Excellence

Employee of the Month Program

     Keys to Excellence
Employee of the Month 
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The Lorain County Community College Staff Council Executive Committee is accepting nominations for the Keys to Excellence Employee of the Month program.  The purpose of the Award is to:

  • recognize outstanding full-time and part-time Technical/Professional and Support Staff Employees of Lorain County Community College who embody the College’s standards for excellence and innovation;
  • reward those employees who show exemplary individual achievement, contribution, and performance in their jobs and other related duties beyond their own offices;
  • acknowledge those whose efforts have inspired and supported the performance and achievement of others; 
  • provide awards to such employees by a means that is fair, with equal consideration of all eligible staff, regardless of the  locus or level of responsibility within the College; 
  • provide monthly recognition of an LCCC Professional Technical or Support staff member who demonstrates:
     
    • a positive attitude toward work responsibilities, co-workers, and customers, and serves as a role model for others;
    • commitment to quality in carrying out job responsibilities, and is an asset to the Lorain County Community College community; 
    • a willingness to exercise servant-leadership, take initiative, and accept and carry out additional responsibilities beyond regular job assignments for the good of the campus community as a whole.

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For more information, contact the Staff Council Office: x 7750 or contact your staff council representative

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