In order to provide the most effective treatment possible for our patients and their families, it’s important that employees feel supported and encouraged each day. That’s why Rogers strives to create a healthy culture where everyone, patients, and employees, can grow and feel welcome, safe, and respected.
To support our healthy culture, we put Rogers' values of compassion, accountability, and excellence into action with each other through our nine shared behavior agreements.
- Be open and welcoming to all through our presence, tone, words, and body language.
- Speak up when we see problems or conflict in the workplace with a solution-focused, strength-based perspective.
- Seek to understand and value diverse perspectives.
- Work together as a team to accomplish goals.
- Seek support when needed, respond to requests for help, and offer to assist team members when possible.
- Prioritize and support work life balance and individual wellbeing.
- Use transparent and direct communication.
- Practice effective use of communication technology (Teams and email).
- Hold self, peers, and others accountable to these agreements and other commitments with respect.
Building healthy teams
Working as a team is at the core of our care approach at Rogers, so it’s important to us that we build healthy teams through various activities, including team-building events, daily tiered huddles, and compassion resilience groups.
Rogers Guiding Statement on Equity
Rogers commits to continually grow and humbly hold ourselves accountable to being an equitable, diverse, and inclusive environment for employees while offering culturally responsive and affirming care for our patients and their families. The actions we take to achieve this vision must be inclusive of all identities of our employees and those we serve.
Rogers advocates for social justice and the right of all people to reach their full potential. We pledge to work collaboratively with our partners and harness our internal resources to bring about meaningful and sustainable solutions to behavioral health inequities and systemic oppression for employees, patients, their families, and our communities.