DateTue, Dec 10, 2019, 02:00 PM – Tue, Dec 10, 2019, 03:00 PM
Before health care leaders can focus on the care of patients, they must attend to developing and engaging their workforce. Without talented and engaged caregivers, there is no one to provide quality patient care. Using the results of PRC’s National Nursing Engagement Study, this presentation will discuss the three key drivers predicting nursing engagement — autonomy, interpersonal relationships and connections with nursing administration.
An in-depth analysis of these drivers, along with implications for retaining the right staff and preventing burnout, will be addressed in this interactive webinar. Participants will learn to build strategies to improve engagement within their teams and walk away with a Best Practice Action Items sheet with practical strategies that are easily implemented on return to their organization.
- Review the results of Professional Research Consultants (PRC) National Nursing Engagement Study.
- Identify 3 key drivers of engagement.
- Develop strategies to improve engagement within your own team.
Cynthia King, PhD, MA
Director, Client Organizational Development
Dr. King’s passion lies in data research and her findings that support employee improvement. Cynthia’s research background, along with her dedication to improving overall employee relations, make her a strong asset at PRC. As Director of Client Organizational Development, she leads the Employee Engagement Division and is responsible for the development of the PRC Engagement Index used to help healthcare organizations find effective and efficient ways to engage employees and caregivers in their overall culture. Considered an expert in Action Planning for Excellence, she is an accomplished speaker and published author. She received a PhD in Educational Psychology with a specialization in Learning, Cognition, Motivation and Instruction and a MA in Program Evaluation from the University of Texas at Austin.
Leigh Ann Bradley PhD, MSN, MA, BS-CHE, RN
Leigh Ann Bradley has an astonishing ability to assess and diagnose cultural and behavioral issues within organizations. This skill derives from her unexpected background in chemical engineering, nursing, psychology, counselling, and research. With experience as a clinician, as well as an administrator, she knows first-hand the challenges that healthcare leaders face today. Leigh Ann’s proficiency gives her incredible insight to help organizations move toward high performance. As a proud PRC partner and a critical member of the PRC Excellence Accelerator team, she is highly sought out as a coach who employs empathy, intelligence, and humility to drive results.