Cultivating a Healthy Workforce by Addressing Disruptive Behaviors
Can you recognize the difference between bullying, incivility, and someone just having a bad day? In this fast paced and engaging presentation, Dr. Renee Thompson uses research, stories and outcomes to bring awareness to and inspire change around nurse bullying and incivility – and she delivers pragmatic strategies for new and seasoned leaders to roll up their sleeves to get to work!
No matter what your leadership role is on the healthcare team, you will learn the tools, strategies, and gain the confidence to identify disruptive behaviors that undermine a culture of safety, set behavioral expectations with employees, and hold staff accountable for professional behavior. This is a great Keynote to set a baseline for respect.
Heighten awareness of behaviors that undermine a culture of safety and respect in nursing.
Recognize the difference between bullying, incivility, and someone just having a bad day.
Explore how successful leaders address and eliminate disruptive behaviors.
Identify proven strategies to cultivate a nurturing, supportive, and professional work environment.
The Healthy Workforce Institute is the global leader in addressing disruptive behavior in healthcare. Through our cadre of services, we provide the strategies, skills, and solutions to address any incidences of disruptive behaviors that show up in healthcare.
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