Leading Employee Well-being: Promoting Organizational Change in LTC Learning Collaborative

Fridays, 10-11 a.m.

4/7/2023

This 12-session virtual series aims to promote retention through creating and maintaining an organizational culture of support and well-being of the long-term care workforce.

Topics will include:

  • Culture of employee well-being
  • Trauma informed leadership
  • Organizational strategies to prevent workforce burnout
  • Policies to support work-life balance

Intended audience for the sessions include professionals from a variety of licensed long-term care residential settings including foster care, assisted living, residential care homes, and nursing facilities. It is recommended that participants attend as a team and should include 1-2 staff who are in the position to champion change within their facilities. Team members could include the facility administrator, director of nursing, human resource director, resident manager, staffing coordinator, lead caregiving staff, director of social services.

 

6/23/2023


Session/Title Date
1 - Framing the Issue of Workplace Wellbeing 4/7/2023
2 - Factors Contributing to Burnout: A Whole Person Approach 4/14/2023
3 - Healthy Culture Starts at the Top: A Health Oriented Leadership Model 4/21/2023
4 - Building a Resilient Culture: Organizational Justice as a Core Value 4/28/2023
5 - It's More Than Just Training: Action Oriented DEI 5/5/2023
6 - Trauma Informed Leadership: How to Apply the Standards 5/12/2023
7 - Supervision: It's Role in Promoting Resilience and Well-being 5/19/2023
8 - Work that Matters: Mattering at Work 5/26/2023
9 - Putting it into Action: Focusing your Strategies 6/2/2023
10 - Evidence Based Policies for Supporting Work-Life Balance 6/9/2023
11 - Navigating Conflict: Communicating for Connection 6/16/2023
12 - Elevating Employee Voice and Choice 6/23/2023
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