Evolution, it seems, doesn't follow one slow, methodical path…
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The panel will share their personal and professional experiences of ‘looking after themselves’ in and through lockdowns. Join the webinar and gain insight and hopefully share approaches that have helped maintain the health and wellbeing of not just you, but those you work with and the organisations you work for.
Everyone in healthcare is experiencing increased demands on their time, resources, and energy; this, combined with systems that are not designed to support the expanding daily work, has resulted in increased rates of burnout. Burnout among healthcare professionals is reaching epidemic proportions, with over 50% of physicians and 30% of nurses reporting signs of burnout. While the evidence demonstrates that burnout is becoming a norm in healthcare, it is rarely discussed among these professionals. Too often, burnout is considered a personal problem affecting only the person experiencing burnout; however, in healthcare, burnout also affects the entire healthcare system.
In this session, we’ll review the classic factors leading to burnout and distill them into a model of burnout focused on perceived personal efficacy and personal agency. Pulling research and writings from many disciplines, you’ll learn how to think about burnout in a way that enables you to prevent it – or recover from it – for yourself or the staff you support.
As change managers, we’re often the ones tasked with “inflicting” change on the members of the organization. However, how do we cope – and keep our changes going – when external changes are forced upon us? How do we build empathy and compassion for those folks in the organization that didn’t get a voice in the change but still need to change? In this session, we’ll explain why people resist change and what we can do to make change seem less scary for ourselves and for other. Instead of platitudes about how you need to be hopeful, we’ll show you how to generate hope. Instead of insisting that you develop grit, we’ll tell you practical ways you can keep going even when it’s hard.
We’ve all faced resistance as we seek to change the culture and create a more collaborative and knowledge sharing friendly environment. How do we leverage that resistance and transform it into something useful? We’ll answer the question about why resistance comes up in the first place – and how we can find value from it before dismissing it for good. It’s not buried or ignored. It’s addressed and used. Come learn how to do it.
We all want to have our teams be more productive inside our business applications – simply turning on an application and letting employees “figure it out” leaves many people feeling frustrated, and they will go back to using the things they know well.
Do you currently have an adoption plan, a process, and a campaign to roll out new applications and introduce new team members to what you already have? If so, is it working well? Either way, there is always room for improvement and different perspectives. Adoption campaigns should always be focused on the value that employees will get from the tools.
This workshop showcases a tried and true end-user adoption methods and a detailed dive into building an Microsoft 365 End User Adoption Campaign inside your Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Planner, and OneNote in your tenant with proven strategies for success.
Robert Bogue is an Microsoft 365 and adoption expert with a variety of expertise across IT, organizational change management, and marketing. This is a hands-on workshop where you will walk away with a campaign plan template set up in your tenant. These strategies can be applied when new Office 365 Applications or any applications are launched and for when you need to train your new hires.
Change is about trying to get individuals to change their behavior. In this session, we’ll pull from neuroscience and marketing to explain how you can get people to change their behaviors. We’ll address ways that individuals influence one another, and we’ll explain the hidden mechanisms that drive everyone. We’ll share classic research which distorts the length of lines, factors that can cause people to harm others, and ways that we’re motivated. We’ll build on the foundations of morality and land in a quirky world where we feel obligated to uphold our identities.
Change is about trying to get individuals to change their behavior. In this session, we’ll pull from neuroscience and marketing to explain how you can get people to change their behaviors. We’ll address ways that individuals influence one another, and we’ll explain the hidden mechanisms that drive everyone. We’ll share classic research which distort the length of lines, factors that can cause people to harm others, and ways that we’ve motivated. We’ll build on the foundations of morality and land in a quirky world where we feel obligated to uphold our identities.
Burnout is more than a catchphrase used when one is tired of their job or weary from life. Burnout is a syndrome characterized with exhaustion, cynicism, and a lack of personal efficacy. As a physician, burnout may affect not only yourself and your peers but the rest of your healthcare team. This impact then affects patient outcomes and safety as well staff engagement and safety. Learning to identify the path towards burnout and strategies for recovery will impact your life, those around you, and your patients. This session will provide the framework of how burnout sneaks up on us and techniques to escape its clutches.
The novel coronavirus global pandemic created the virtual and sometimes literal necessity to perform health screenings at the point of entry to a business, however, the patchwork of rules, regulations, and retention requirements have created confusion and consternation about what to do with these records. We’ll review the guidance, rules, and challenges related to health screenings.