*Vanessa Duggan at Hamble Heights!!! (Chorus Care)*
For her whole home approach to the Coat of Arms box
For demonstrating leadership by:
... investing in the process
… influencing: Vanessa communicated effectively - and with evident skill! - enrolling of staff across four floors with bold requests, clear instructions, support and feedback loops. She also modelled by getting involved on one of the floors
… inspiring and motivating colleagues with a clear vision
... attaining goals: the results! 4 different coats of arms, one from each floor, and the possibility of two floors producing more
For sharing the good news with the CEO.
For the CEO supporting Vanessa’s ‘yes let’s’ attitude and enthusiasm, with the prospect of a final professionally made Coat of Arms chosen by the community.
The following two entries have been *Highly Commended*:
*Marie Dasylva - Torkington House (Greensleeves) *
For her ‘use everything’ approach
For taking on the coaching to achieve results in the face of challenges
For including family members & enabling colleagues - including non care staff - to contribute
_"Our coat of Arms was cut by a relative using a piece of wood from an old wardrobe. The paints and brushes came from our gardener for our residents to use .The handyman fixed it to the wall and our residents cut the symbols and chose where they were going. Even our bookkeeper helped chose the sign for our location. It was a real team effort.”_
It’s lovely to hear the community building effects of this box.
*Beverley Hillier - Roseacres (Advinia)*
For excellent evidence - beautiful photos and a very impressive video
For enrolling a volunteer to produce an astounding video
For the film maker - who should be highly commended for bringing their talent to work!
For being creative and adding arts and crafts activities to the box
For being open and including residents who were not initially engaged