Unique Customer Collaboration. Why these Health Systems actively helped develop CLiMB
AtlantiCare, Mercy and a third health system were integrally involved in CLiMB’s development. These organizations have a track record of extensive investing in entry-level associates and are long-term customers of Catalyst Learning. Each has provided funding to develop the initial CLiMB library and participated in all aspects of content development and testing.
Why Mercy was involved in CLiMB
“Mercy has a long tradition of providing skill development for co-workers at all levels. Our core value of Dignity guides us to be an effective voice for the economically poor and underserved, including for those with whom we serve. Our advocacy work asks that we also work collaboratively with others to address the needs of vulnerable persons, so we are pleased to join AtlantiCare and Catalyst Learning in this pioneering education development for our lowest paid co-workers.”
- Jimmy Wilson, Executive Director Talent Development, Mercy
How AtlantiCare will use CLiMB
“AtlantiCare has a proud history of skill development for associates at all levels. The addition of these on-line microlearnings will help us expand our reach with more widely accessible learning tools. We also look forward to exploring how we might use CLiMB for onboarding and for work external community partners.”
- Roseann Kobialka, Assistant Vice President Organizational Development, AtlantiCare