2021 MarchYour Words

Your Words Responses

What is something that started during the pandemic that you will continue to do when it’s over?

I will continue to strategically connect with team members via zoom for brief meetings and check ins to mitigate transportation challenges and reduce travel time in our schedules.

Jen Foster, Executive Director of Central California Mennonite Residential Services

Continue to use Zoom to better facilitate the use of remote partners

Ned A. Haylett, Owner of Haylett Consulting Group

Some board and committee meetings will happen via Zoom or other virtual platforms.

Warren Tyson, Board Chair of Frederick Living

The pace and the space in my personal schedule. I will continue to spend a balanced amount of time at home evenings and weekends.

Bob Redcay, Dir. of Human Resources at Friendship Community

Zooming with family who live far away.

Deanna Beins, Administrator at Menno Haven Rehabilitation Center

We will continue to monitor the temperatures of all individuals entering the facility. It is the first step in electronic access to the facility.

Stanley J Noffsinger, CEO of Timbercrest Senior Living Community

A virtual concert to kick off our annual Grand Illumination event. It reaches more people including families of residents who are out of the area.

Amy Cummings-Leight, Director of Advancement at Frederick Mennonite Community DBA Frederick Living

Reflection/quiet time in the morning

Michelle Rassler, Executive Director at Landis Communities

RLPS has really enjoyed becoming experts at attending and hosting webinars that help us share information and stay connected to our clients and industry partners. We feel this is a silver lining of the pandemic. While we love participating in sessions in person and look forward to getting back to this format – the virtual platform definitely broadens participation. We plan to stay engaged in these opportunities going forward.

Margaret Yu, Director of Client Experience at RLPS Architects

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