The People Strategies Council was formed to foster an engaged, student- and customer-centered culture that promotes continuous employee development and appreciation. Contact us at #People Strategies Council through Outlook! If you are interested in joining us, please email or 
People Strategies Council initiatives include:
  • Winter In-service all-staff professional development 
  • First Thursdays
  • Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day 
  • Culture of Excellence 
  • and more!

People Strategies Council meets every two weeks on Tuesday afternoons.


Culture of Excellence logoEach person’s role at MHCC is important to student and organizational success, whether it is on the front line of interaction or the behind the scenes.
  • Do you wonder what you could personally or collectively do to improve student outcomes, internal communication and streamline processes in our large and complex organization?
  • Are you interested in discovering how a shared sense of purpose and following a few key principles in your everyday work can help you feel more satisfied with your job and support student success?
  • Are you aware that according to the 2014 Climate Survey results "improving employee morale" should be the second most important goal for the college?
The People Strategies Council welcomes your input in helping to further shape what we’re calling the “Culture of Excellence” model. The Culture of Excellence is defined by four standards:
  CI to 4 standards
Join us for a series of hands-on, collaborative workshops starting this fall to learn more about the Culture of Excellence, give your feedback on this developing model, and gain practical strategies and tools that can be adopted individually, in your work team, and throughout the larger organization.
Stay tuned for more information, including overview sessions and options for providing these sessions at your already-existing staff meetings! 
Click here to download the "Culture of Excellence Overview" PowerPoint Presentation. 

Your Mt. Hood Continuous Improvement Team (MHCI) is training new facilitators to help you, and our students, REDUCE THE STRUGGLE!

We've already successfully completed improvement projects and heard more amazing suggestions for improvements and soon we'll have a standard process for you to identify solutions and create a plan with your colleagues to get things moving in the right direction.

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