Servanthood: Part 1We have 7 core values at Full Media that we try to live by and incorporate into our day-to-day business and long-term goals. The first of these is Servanthood, and it is listed first for a reason. We believe Servanthood is at the heart of who our company is and what makes our company different.
We are here to serve not only our clients, but our communities and each other. In order to serve our clients we make sure that the websites we build feature the latest technology and design trends, and that we put 100% into every project. Our internet marketing services are conducted by Full Media team members who have become experts in the fields of SEO and social media. They are executing marketing plans that they have ensured are incorporating the latest tactics to achieve the best results for the time spent. But most importantly, all of these are accomplished while making sure each and every client feels that we are here to serve them with our full attention and an open, honest approach.
Our Servanthood is not limited to our clients. We strive to better the communities we serve as well. Our employees are involved with a wide range of organizations and non-profits throughout the community including Challenged Child and Friends, United Way, the Humane Society, Jaycees and the Junior League. As a company, we participate in a quarterly day of service to help a local non-profit. This year, we have helped fix up facilities at Challenged Child and Friends, move in new residents at Randy’s House, and clean and paint the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia.
I have heard it said many times at Full Media, “Happy homes make good employees.” We want to make sure all of our team members and their families are healthy and happy, and we are always here to help one another through work or outside of work anytime. We are a support system for each other, teaching one another new skills and offering guidance. It’s a family here, and we are always ready to help one another and our families out in any way we can.
This spirit of Servanthood drives our outlooks and attitudes as we perform our daily jobs, but most importantly it offers a satisfaction you can’t get anywhere else. Knowing that what we have done each day has truly helped someone makes the job rewarding.
By Juliette Embry