Teamwork recognizing that achieving our ambitions requires collective contribution and collaborative effort and cultivating a culture where we support each other, pitch in, and work together


    Helping others even if outside one’s regular scope of work

    Getting clarity on goals, accountability, and responsibility and living up to one’s commitments

    Recognizing and demonstrating appreciation for a team member’s contribution

    Having an attitude of service to others at ECHO


    Refusing to contribute, focusing on the negative, not engaging with the team

    “Team members who feel threatened but who are not aware of it become rigid – and that stops teamwork” – Will Schutz

    Taking personal credit for team efforts or repeatedly emphasizing one’s or one team’s individual contribution

    Lacking forgiveness


There’s no “I” in team, that’s why here at ECHO we play as a team to ensure we produce positive results.