September 15 2016

Safelite Congratulates Latest CIO 100 Winners

Melina Metzger, Public Relations Manager

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Back in 2011, Safelite AutoGlass was honored with a CIO 100 Award for our technology achievements. We like to follow the announcement of the new winners each year.

The theme at the 2016 CIO 100 Awards was spot on and aligns well with our own initiatives: “Customers in control: The race to innovate!”

We’re inspired by the winners’ latest innovations, and I have a strong feeling that you’ll see Safelite back on the list soon!

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September 13 2016

Safelite Senior Vice President of People & Leadership Development Natalie Crede Wins Award

Tom Feeney, Safelite® President and CEO

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Smart businesses need smart leaders. Safelite officially has smart leadership. Natalie Crede, who serves as Senior Vice President of People & Leadership Development, is an honoree in Smart Business Magazine’s 2016 Smart Women Awards program for her leadership in building a People Powered, Customer Driven culture at Safelite.

The Smart Women Awards recognize the achievements of leading businesswomen, inspiring male advocates and effective women’s programs. It combines a live event and content—digital and print—to address today’s issues facing women in the workplace.

Natalie Crede

Natalie first joined Safelite in 2009 and helped move HR from a functional department to a strategic arm driving the company’s success. She did this by introducing the concept of an integrated talent management program. In other words: making sure Safelite has the best employees possible – and empowering them to do a great job.

She has been the driving force in creating a People Powered, Customer Driven culture. Safelite is a company that drives business performance by putting people first and having an obsessive focus on having talented people who are inspired to deliver great results. The philosophy is simple...

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