At a recent Supervisor Quarterly Business Review for the Wichita Customer Engagement Center, a group of 60 associates had a unique opportunity to give back to those less fortunate. Drawing inspiration from a recently attended conference, they volunteered to support the Helping Hands Project.
The Helping Hands Project is about discovery, inspiring teams, and giving back in a big way. During this globally recognized, corporate team building program, teams build prosthetic hands needed by hundreds of thousands of amputees around the world. Together, they built a total of 10 prosthetic hands, gaining a sense of accomplishment and perspective in the process.
They described the ability to impact someone without being in their presence as “nothing short of amazing,” and were grateful for the opportunity. I’m sure the people receiving the hands will be equally grateful.