Managing and implementing change is an integral component of infection preventionist’s role. While change management is something that is done on a daily basis, frequently the infection preventionist has developed or improved these skills through trial and error.
The infection preventionist can learn new skills that can make the change management process less difficult and time consuming while improving outcomes. A key value in change management is getting people to implement and sustain the required change. One of the keys to change requires that the infection preventionist is able to identify the factors that drive and block adoption.
In this workshop, you’ll learn how people are motivated in ways that are obvious and ways that are counter intuitive. Drawing from neurology, psychology, marketing, sociology, and other disciplines, this workshop weaves together numerous approaches for motivation and how you can use them to support your change initiatives and improve outcomes.
Additional information coming soon!