Event

Generating Synergy for Your Culture Change Journey

JUNE 28, 2011 at 1:00-4:30pm

A Culture Change Training for Eastern Oregon

Enthusiasm for culture change in any setting often meets with the crushing reality of the daily stresses of providing care and the focus on regulatory compliance. Culture change can be the engine for team building while at the same time resulting in clinical improvements and better outcomes for residents and staff.

But how to balance it all? Harnessing the talents and insights of staff through highly inclusive processes helps organizations turn what seems like competing needs into a synergy of effort.

This session will provide principles and concrete “how to” steps of culture change to help jump-start or propel change in your community. You’ll hear about lessons learned from successful culture change providers and how to apply these in your communities. Building strong working relationships with active engagement in day-to-day operations is the key to success in creating synergy and sustaining your culture change journey. Come join us!

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn about strategies to strengthen team relationships in ways that bring out the best in staff and engage staff fully in the journey of culture change
  • Define what a learning organization is and identify ways to blend various quality initiatives and find the synergy in each to sustain the change process
  • Identify ways to promote active engagement by all staff for effective culture change on a day-to-day basis

Presenter

Lynda Crandall is a Gerontological Nurse Practitioner with 35 years experience working with older adults and persons with physical and mental disabilities. She has years of hands on experience working with providers on culture change and is a national speaker on this and other age-related topics.

Location

Best Western Sunridge Inn
1 Sunridge Lane
Baker City, OR 97814

Fees

Individual: $20
Organization: $75
(up to 5 attendees per organization)

Check-in/Networking

12:45 p.m.

Who should attend

All staff in nursing facilities, assisted living and residential care communities. This includes but is not limited to: Administrators, Directors of Nursing, Nurses, CNAs, Dietary Managers, Dining Servers Housekeeping/Maintenance

CE Credit

3 CEUs

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