Creating a Speak-Up Culture: A Game Changer to Improve Patient Outcomes and Team Performance
You’ve probably heard the term bantered about—”Speak-Up Culture.” But what does that really mean? The latest research evidence reveals that it does not happen through osmosis. In fact, it takes 4 types of psychological safety, an understanding of behavioral consequences, and leadership modeling beyond good intentions. The research examined in this keynote presentation reveals when employees feel safe to speak up, personal well-being, team performance, and ultimately, patient outcomes improve.
Creating a Speak-Up culture in healthcare is a gamechanger!
In this keynote presentation, we will explore the top actions leaders can implement immediately to empower their employees to Speak-Up, especially when the stakes are high.
Speaking-Up—It’s not a mantra or a “nice to have.” It’s an essential and critical responsibility for every healthcare leader and member of the interprofessional team. In this presentation, leaders and interprofessional team members will immediately walk away with vital strategies to achieve positive results!
Describe a Speak-Up culture from research frames tailored to healthcare.
Examine a Speak-Up culture’s impact on team performance, patient experience, and patient safety.
Distinguish five top strategies to foster a speak up culture employees can immediately implement in the care environment.
Nurses; Healthcare Leaders; Interprofessional teams
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