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A Little About Us
To anticipate your needs before you have them and to exceed those needs
To never present to you a problem without solutions
To answers all of your questions
To appreciate all of your business all of the time
To never take you, the client, for granted
To never stop learning this industry so we can always do our best
To listen to you, the client, when you make comments, suggestions or express concerns and to try and grow from them
To admit being wrong when wrong and to take blame if we make a mistake
To communicate with you and keep you apprised of the status of a file even if nothing has changed
To be patient, professional and courteous at all times
To work together with you as a team and not just a client
Whether you donate money or time, giving back is beneficial–and not just for the recipients. Research has shown that the old adage, “it’s better to give than to receive” is true after all.
A Gallup survey on volunteering in the U.S.A. found that 52% of volunteers do it because they like doing something useful and helping others. Another 38% said they enjoy doing volunteer work and feeling good about themselves. Besides feeling good about yourself for doing something for others, giving back is also good for your physical health. In a Canadian study, 85% of Ontario volunteers rated their health as “good,” compared to 79% of non-volunteers. Only 2% of volunteers reported “poor” health, one-third the amount of non-volunteers who reported the same health status.
Still other studies have shown a relationship between volunteering and increased self- esteem, with volunteers reporting both greater personal empowerment and better health. Doing for others may stimulate the release of endorphins, which has been linked to improved nervous and immune system functions, too.
Many people report a “high” from volunteering, similar to the good feelings that come from exercise. Others have found that volunteering can help fight depression. Helping others can help take your mind off your own problems and enable you to see the bigger picture. Once you see the difference you can make in another person’s life, your own problems can seem smaller and more manageable.
We partner with the local community and donate part of our closings to a great cause –The Russell Home for Atypical Children
1. Treating others the way you want to be treated.
It means, we follow through on our promises to customers and partners, and we do our best to be transparent in the way we do business.“
We have relationships in business that go back 25-30 years and most of the business we have done together is on a handshake. With some people that means more than any other contract.
We choose to work with people who are straightforward.
One of our core values at Aloma is to treat each other like family. When we recruit we look for people who value meaningful relationships. Our company is all about creating better connections. When there is trust, you know it comes from a good place.
5. Open and honest communication
Problems fester when teams are not open and honest, especially with diverse teams where there are a lot of differences of opinion. As a leader you need to create a culture that rewards and promotes honesty, even if you disagree with something. It is also important to be bold — especially if you are an entrepreneur and you want to impact the country and change the world. That takes guts and courage.
We all feel grateful for the business we’ve built together and the opportunities we have, and we work hard to communicate that to the team, our customers, and our business partners.
7. Honesty, simplicity, and doing something you believe has real value
Many companies do market research to try and anticipate the needs of the customer. We say just develop great products and tell an honest story about them.
Life is way too short not to love what you do, why you do it, and who you do it with. You can’t wait for some event to be your payoff. When you wake up each day, you need to ask yourself: Is this my best purpose? Do I love where I live, who I know, what I do? So often we do things because it is an esteemed position to take, or because we need to simply pay the bills. I respect paying the bills, but you should stay on the quest to do that while doing something you love, too.
9. Transparency and an open culture
We believe you should share what many consider to be secrets about how the company is really doing, including the financials, to everyone at the company, all the way down to the call center. There should be no hoarding information.
10. Working to make a difference in the world
“You can see who’s most powerful in a society based on who has the tallest buildings. Two hundred years ago it was cathedrals. Fifty years ago it was a government building. Today, in most urban areas, the power rests with business and skyscrapers. Business is the most powerful influence in the world today. Fifty-four of the 100 most powerful entities in the world today are companies, not countries.