is behaving the right way. It is our moral compass that determines how we navigate through each day. We do our work with respect, integrity, courage, empathy and compassion.
“Huge kudos for waste collector Clark, in Sandstone. I had a knee replacement and was on crutches, when I went out to collect my empty bin. Clark jumped out of the truck to help and made sure I got back in the house safely. He really deserves to be recognized for being empathetic and going out of his way to help. Thanks!”
– Citizen call to 311
is doing the right things the right way. Competence includes the sound judgment and critical thinking that helps us make decisions and determine our actions when faced with ethical dilemmas.
Frank has been serving Calgary Transit customers for 35 years. He has an enduring positive attitude and treats customers and co-workers the way he would want to be treated. During the training process for new relief supervisors, Frank taught them the right way to do things and instilled confidence in the group. These trainees now pass on the skills and behaviours they learned from Frank to others. Over the years, Frank has worked to continually improve the customer experience. He manages 70 operators using a model that is often referred to as the gold standard, as a number of his employees qualify for a White Hat Award each year.
– nominated by Calgary Transit
represents our dedication to the greater public good. We need to behave in the right way to build and preserve public trust – it is part of our dedication to the public good that makes life better every day for citizens. It affects our reputation and brand.
As Manager of Real Estate Sales & Marketing, Sarah is committed to making sure The City’s developable land is meeting the changing requirements of the local economy, businesses and Calgarians. Sarah says, “Commitment to our work, the industry, Calgarians and our future is our constant focus. By growing partnerships, engaging citizens and talking to other industry experts, we can uphold our commitment to develop real estate assets that meet the needs of both the public and business.”
– myCity employee profile
is working together for a common purpose. Our organization is interconnected, achieving success through the contribution of diverse perspectives and talent. Creating a collaborative and inclusive work environment requires that we maintain a healthy and respectful workplace – this is one critical aspect of our Code.
Collaboration was a natural part of the planning process for Bend in the Bow: working collectively helps to mitigate and anticipate any issues that may come up when designing natural spaces. It also ensures that all business units are informed and aware of the scope of the work and impact on their operational staff.
– myCity employee profile