Upholding the highest standards allows us to grow at all times. To become a better version of ourselves and make people around us better as well. It makes sure we deliver the highest quality experiences for our students to guide them through their life-changing journey with us. Therefore, we expect everyone to develop and maintain a culture of high standards.
First and foremost with regards to your own personal work.
Then to the work of your team members.
Finally to the work of your peers and anyone you interact with in the company.
As we develop the highest standards for our own work, we also expect it also from our peers, our direct reports and everyone we interact with.
There are few things more rewarding than to perform at our peak with other exceptional performers around us towards a common goal and vision. Once you’ve tasted high standards, there is no going back.
“A culture of high standards is protective of all the “invisible” but crucial work that goes on in every company. I’m talking about the work that no one sees. The work that gets done when no one is watching. In a high standards culture, doing that work well is its own reward – it’s part of what it means to be a professional.”