Whether you’re the leader of a company, a department, a team, or yourself, having the skills and tools to motivate, inspire and move people to action is essential. These variety of tools are meant to be helpful and useful.
If you would like to improve communication in your company or community, here is a common challenge and a suggested solution:
Challenge: Though there is great effort to communicate well, leaders still hear statements such as: “No one told me or We need better communication or Why do they know things I did not know?”
Solution: Play offense in communication. Here’s how:
For more information read the full article or watch a 6 minute video HERE.
When we implement a new skill, process or system, the only method that works is “one thing at a time.” Introduce one new behavior and get it hardwired so that it becomes second nature. Then (and only then) move on to the next one.
It’s only when we get the right behaviors hardwired that we start to see consistently excellent results. This creates a culture that engages employees and makes them want to keep improving. And over time it creates an organization that attracts high performers and retains them.
How do we train in a way that gets long term results? How do we make excellence stick? Here are 10 questions to ask yourself:
Stress and trauma don’t impact any two individuals or any two organizations in exactly the same way. That’s why it’s so crucial to get intentional about noticing, assessing, and treating. It also offers techniques on ways to help the workforce in the area of well-being.
I hope that this tool kit will be helpful to you, those who work for you, and the individuals, families, and community members whose lives you touch.
Thank you for your interest in The Well-Being Handbook. It has been many years in the making. After serving on the boards of Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and TriHealth, I’ve seen for a while that there’s a great need for mental health and wellness support for healthcare workers. When the pandemic hit, it was clear the need would get even more urgent and widespread.
In 2020 I did a wellbeing webinar with AUPHA (the Association of University Programs in Health Administration). Around that time, my team joined with TriHealth to put together a tool kit of best practices. Over the last year, we’ve gotten request after request for more information from doctors and others in healthcare.
From there we learned more and more and developed more tools and techniques. All of this led up to the creation of The Wellbeing Handbook. Now, I am grateful to offer not just this eBook, but also the Well-Being Tool Kit and video on Stress, Trauma, & Wellbeing. The tool kit and video are available to you at no charge.
It is my hope that this eBook, along with the tool kit and the video, will be helpful for you, those who work for you, and the patients, families, and community members whose lives you touch.
Thank you for making healthcare better.