Credits Available: CHHR 1, SHRM 1, HRCI 1
Cost: $39 (ASHHRA members), $79 (Nonmembers)
Description: How often have we wished that we could find a magic wand to solve our recruiting, retention and engagement problems? With $46 billion spent yearly on leadership development, it can seem like we are just spinning our wheels despite our best efforts.
In this webinar, we will introduce a simple yet powerful concept that can transform your workplace from the inside out, not by doing anything new, but by doing things differently. Organizations need to put people at the very center of their corporate strategies and to develop leaders who have relationship-centric skills. Leaders recognize this — 92% in a survey stated that compassion was important to effective leadership. Yet 80% said they did not know how to enhance this quality.
This webinar will review the four components to leading with compassion. Beginning with these concrete actions, you can create a culture of compassion at all levels of leadership, from the Boardroom to the Bedside. You will foster higher engagement, lower turnover and a more magnetic culture.
- Review current benchmark data for staffing indicators, workforce engagement and industry turnover.
- Learn how compassionate cultures foster psychologically safe, inclusive and connection-rich environments.
- Learn four steps to L.E.A.D. with compassion, steps that can be taken away and applied immediately within the participants’ workplace.
Dee BorgoynBorgoyn Consulting Services LLC/ Compassion Projects
Dee Borgoyn is a results-driven consultant, author, speaker and health care HR thought leader with decades of experience in the human resources and human services fields. Her career has spanned high-level HR management and leadership in government, not-for-profit and Fortune 500 companies. Her expertise is in the field of elder services and long-term care. She is a licensed Nursing Home Administrator and a Senior Certified Practitioner with SHRM.
Disabled from birth, much of Dee’s personal and professional efforts have been focused on diversity, disability and inclusion issues along with aging issues. The patient employee and health care customer experience are especially pertinent to her Dee has been a pioneer in advocating for fairness for all. She participated in the grassroots and international efforts that resulted in the enaction of Americans With Disabilities, is the founder of Nevada's Job for the Handicapped program (1982), has counseled returning veterans and been a Wounded Warrior mentor, and pushed for cancer research as the mother of a childhood cancer survivor. Now she champions the study and practice of compassion in the workplace.