By 
Christina Mann

Mindfullness in the workplace

Posted at 
26/8/2021

Before joining ATLAS I spent nearly a decade working in luxury hotels where I grew accustomed to the detailed systems and processes that keep those operations running smoothly. I loved the organizational controls and insights of the system, but they were overly burdensome.

OrderEZ strikes that perfect balance for us delivering the best of both worlds; clear management insight into the operations ease of use so that the team actually uses it. It’s a worthwhile investment for us and frees me and the team to focus on delivering the world-class service that our guests expect every day.

As a community, we each agree to share:

  • Our stories with vulnerability.
  • Our desires, and successes, as well as our mistakes and slip-ups.
  • Our encouragement and support for each other with understanding, and compassion.
  • Our journey through recovery with the ups and downs.

As a community, we each agree to respect others by:

  • Protecting the identity of other users or any of their activity, whether on the Arli platform or publicly. This includes not revealing personal and or identifying characteristics, including but not limited to, name, age, location, gender, profession, and/or any other possible identifying details of their personal story. In order for each of us to feel vulnerable enough to share our experiences, there must be a high level of confidentiality with the group.

OrderEZ strikes that perfect balance for us delivering the best of both worlds; clear management insight into the operations ease of use so that the team actually uses it. It’s a worthwhile investment for us and frees me and the team to focus on delivering the world-class service that our guests expect every day.

  • Refrain from speaking of other members of the community if they are not present in the group at the time. Gossip is very damaging to effective communication, and to healing in recovery.
  • Acknowledging that recovery is personal and unique to each of us. We will all find our own way, in our own time, and with varying opinions on best practices. Honor your path while respecting the path of others by refraining from criticism and judgment.
  • Speak from personal experience and try to ask for explicit permission when we feel compelled to give advice. “Are you open to feedback?” or “Can I make a suggestion?” are helpful ways to acknowledge and honor someone else’s experience while being able to contribute to the recovery of others. Otherwise, we can use sentences such as “In my experience..” or “...has been really helpful to me.”
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