Mosaic Receives 2 Technology Excellence Awards from Brandon Hall

Published December 14, 2022

Mosaic, a leading energy and utility workforce consulting firm, announced today they received two Brandon Hall Awards for Excellence in Technology in partnership with Duke Health Services and Pfizer.

  • Best Advance in Education Delivered Through Technology: Leadership Program in Health and Well-Being – Bronze (Mosaic and Duke Health Services)
  • Best Advance in Education Delivered Through Technology: Injury Prevention for Necropsy Technicians – Bronze (Mosaic and Pfizer)

Rachel Collier Cheif Marketing Officer
We are honored to accept two more Brandon Hall Awards for our work with Duke University Health Services and Pfizer. Our team is excited to join other world-class training organizations and celebrate the 14 awards we’ve received over the last three years at the HCM Excellence Conference and Awards Ceremony & Gala next month in Palm Beach.

Duke’s Health and Well-Being practice realized that health and well-being is a big part of a successful practice and business acumen is a must and not part of the traditional medical school curriculum, which only focuses on diagnosing and treating illness. With that knowledge in hand, Duke created a one-year program that teaches the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully develop, launch, lead, sustain, and grow a health and well-being culture across all healthcare settings. Duke partnered with Mosaic to update and enhance the online program’s creativity, engagement, and interactivity based on subject-matter expert insights, current data and practices, and participant feedback.

Pfizer’s Drug Safety Research and Development team wanted to develop and implement strategies to reduce cuts/lacerations and exposure to bloodborne pathogens. An analysis determined that situational awareness and ergonomic-based training for new hires and colleagues with prolonged absences from these activities needed to be part of their risk management strategy. Mosaic partnered with Pfizer to create an e-learning safety training that leverages materials, photographs, and videos from the necropsy laboratory and includes scenario-based knowledge checks with formative feedback to ensure learner comprehension and engagement.