Our Fundamentals reflect what is truly important to us as an organization. These values form the bedrock of our company culture. They guide the way we work, ensuring a uniquely awesome experience for our partners, our customers and our associates.
Don’t be That Guy
We all know That Guy. The guy who leaves dishes in the sink. The girl who doesn’t shut the door while on a conference call. We’re all That Guy sometimes. By being more aware of how our actions impact others, we maintain our awesomeness.
Be a buddy
A buddy is someone who is friendly, open, and inclusive. There are no cliques or exclusive clubs at Avanceon. We treat everyone warmly, as a friend and colleague.
Leave no one behind
Avanceon is a team. When we succeed, we succeed together. And when one of us struggles, we all chip in to help overcome the challenge. If you have a problem you can’t solve, someone else probably knows something that will help, and if you have the answer, share it.
Never stop growing
Never a failure, always a lesson. Learning is a task that can never be checked off the to-do list. Add value by continuing to grow your knowledge both personally and professionally and by applying the lessons you learn and not repeating the past.
Work hard, play hard
At Avanceon, our success is based directly on the output of our people. When we all work hard and put focus, commitment and enthusiasm into our work, the benefits extend far beyond a successful project or a happy customer. Working hard creates opportunities to have fun and celebrate our success.
Accountability starts with “I”
Ask yourself “What can I do to make what I am involved with the most successful?” By taking responsibility for yourself and your own actions/decisions, you manage risk and prevent unwanted results or consequences for our team.
Choose to win
Sub-consciously, we all choose our fate in daily decisions. Consciously choose to think positively in order to excel and be a winner.
Listen you shall
Listening is an important part of growing strong relationships with our customers, co-workers and partners. If we take the time to listen and verify what we’ve heard, we will better understand their real needs, how to deliver, and how to be successful. Everyone knows what happens when you assume . . .