Providence Health Care among Canada's 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures
In an era when companies are placing an increased focus on creating positive corporate culture, Providence Health Care (PHC) was recognized on Thursday, November 29, 2012 for having one of the best in Canada. The award was presented in the National Post by Waterstone Human Capital and recognizes organizations that have a culture that helps them enhance performance and sustain a competitive advantage.
The award is given to companies that innovate, build on their strengths, encourage employees to be life-long learners and strive to do what’s right. PHC was recognized in the Broader Public Sector category. 10 organizations received the award in each of four categories, including Enterprise, Mid-Market, and Growth and Small Cap.
“This award confirms something we’ve felt for some time, though it’s important to note that a successful corporate culture requires the commitment and energy of all employees,” said Dianne Doyle, President and CEO of Providence Health Care. “We are blessed with a tremendous staff that have embraced our mission and values and live them everyday.”
Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures™ is presented by Waterstone Human Capital, a Canadian executive search firm specializing in recruiting for fit and in cultural assessment. The national program, now in its eighth year, selected from among 600 nominated companies and recognizes the importance of great workplaces where culture drives performance.
“Congratulations to Providence Health Care,” said Heather Connelly, the managing director of Waterstone Human Capital’s broader public sector practice. “This organization is truly deserving of being named one of Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures of 2012. Our board of governors was impressed with Providence’s mission, with its strong leadership team and with how well Providence aligns culture within their organization. Providence is also renowned for its connections to the community and for its excellent patient care. Well done!”
Angela White, St. Paul's Hospital Volunteer