Shaping Cultures of Caring: Top Practices for Healthcare Teams
In hospitals across the globe, we are seeing an alarming increase in workplace stress and cruelty. There is infighting among staff, tension between shifts and new employees and float staff not being supported. Worse yet, healthcare professionals are airing their frustrations in front of patients, which increases patient anxiety and interferes with their recovery.
As healthcare professionals, we have an opportunity to shape the culture of our workplace. After all, it’s the PEOPLE and how they treat each other that determines the culture. It’s time to shift from cultures of cruelty and disrespect to cultures of caring where everyone is nurtured, supported, and treated with respect.
In this presentation, participants will discover healthy workforce best practice initiatives embraced by the most respected hospitals today. Each initiative is designed to address one of the four most common ways disruptive behaviors show up in healthcare. This presentation gives participants the tools they need to address those behaviors so that they can create a culture of caring within their department and assist your organization to meet the 2023 Magnet criteria addressing workplace violence, bullying and incivility within the care environment.
By adopting a culture of caring, you will participate in your own workplace transformation, as highly respected hospitals have all across the country!
At the end of this keynote presentation, participants will be able to:
Discover four common ways disruptive behaviors show up in healthcare.
Summarize the four nurse-led initiatives to reduce incidents of disruptive behaviors.
Examine five methods to role-model behaviors of a professional and respected co-worker.
Nurses; Healthcare leaders; Nurse Educators; Inter-professional teams
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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