Resilience: Not just a pandemic buzzword—and not the same as engagement
March 2nd, 2021
38 mins 25 secs
About this Episode
The Covid-19 epidemic has put a nearly inconceivable amount of stress on the health care workforce over the past year, so how do health care leaders help develop a culture of resilience among their staff? In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Katherine Virkstis and Anne Herleth to talk about what resilience actually means and how providers should change their approach to resilience amid the Covid-19 epidemic. At the end of this episode, Rae asks leadership expert Craig Pirner to go deeper on the role all leaders should play in enabling a culture of resilience.
- Three strategies to build baseline emotional support
- How to provide emotional supports for your workforce
- Picklist of emotional support options
- Cracks in the Foundation of the Care Environment Undermine Nurse Resilience | JONA: Journal of Nursing Administration
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