Genesis at the 2017 Annual APA Conference

A few of our Genesis team members enjoyed attending and exhibiting at the American Psychological Association (APA) Convention this year in Washington DC (August 2–6, 2017).

I was honored to meet Dr. Philip Zimbardo at the APA Convention. Dr. Zimbardo is a psychologist and a professor emeritus at Stanford University. He has served as […]

Key to Growth … Developing a Learner-Mindset

Excellence – Best-in-class delivery of services Teamwork – Togetherness, unity, how we operate Godly character – Uncompromising beliefs, actions and moral standards Transcendent – “Big Picture” thinking and acting – “Legacy” work Ownership – Taking responsibility and doing what is best for the organization Growth – Learner mindset

Leaders are Life Long Learners […]

Core Values: Excellence

The excellence we strive for here at Genesis is best-in-class delivery of service. But what exactly does excellence mean? How do you define excellence?

Ronnie Oldham, an Oklahoma Sales Representative, says, “Excellence is the result of caring more than others think is wise, risking more than others think is safe, dreaming more than others think […]

Core Values: Teamwork

Successful teams have many common qualities. Trust, healthy conflict, commitment, accountability and attention to results are some of these qualities, which we at Genesis believe are a strong foundation that makes us an excellent team.

Successful teams are trusting: Members of great teams trust each other on a fundamental and […]

Core Values: Ownership

“Ownership” can be defined as doing what is best for the organization.

Ownership is the “buy-in” or the commitment to doing what is best for the organization and not just oneself.

“You are bigger than your defined role, and you are much more than your job title.” Play your part– transcend your job title, […]

Genesis Counseling Center Core Values

At the heart of every person and organization are their values, principles and beliefs. Values are usually seen as “Core Values” and define what the firm considers truly important (Rothaermel, 2012). Do you know what is fundamentally important to your life as well as the company you work for? If your company has core […]