Christian McCotter was awarded the Mobius Employee of the Quarter for 4th Quarter 2009 for superior performance and embodying the Mobius Shared Values as follows: His performance directly led to the success of two USMC regimental combat team (RCT) command post exercises (CPX); specifically, his configuration of command and control (C2) systems enabled an Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) deploying RCT to hone their skills in combat operation center (COC) core competency skills.
Therefore, his contributions directly demonstrated the viability and devotion of the company to explicit actions within the Mobius mission statement, “Mobius provides military training and simulation system support, management services, property control, and procurement for the Government and private organizations.” All four shared values of integrity, respect, teamwork, and earning customer loyalty were displayed by Chris. We recognize that all contribute to success. Team work depends on the respect and integrity of team members, and all three attributes contribute to earning customer loyalty. Supervisor James Parker made the following statement about Chris: “There isn’t another person or a piece of equipment that works harder, faster, longer and more accurate than Mr. McCotter. Knowing this, there isn’t a member of this team or other teams (of the 29 Palms Site) that doesn’t respect Chris and his opinion. – James Parker, MCTOG C2 Systems Lead.
Chris earned customer loyalty through his individual performance and garnering the collective skills and interests of his peers. The intangibles of his character described by James’ quote exemplified Chris’ integrity, respect, and devotion to team work. Pictured(from left to right): Jason Popowski (MCTOG Site Lead), Tom Weber, James Parker, Christian Mccotter, Tom Queirolo, Andy Maharaj, Kent Satterwhite, Matt Sment, Darryl Tompkins, Melinda Curtis, Derek Zacharias, Harold Berg, Ramon Vera, James Welch, Jerry Joyner, Kyle Teasdale, Rob Whitters, Scott Smith, Geoff Terry, and Carlos Cazares. Not pictured Ashley Idemudia and Eric Smith.