What Would You Do To Help?

March 24, 2018
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  • A Nurse Manager with bullies on her staff who caused her last 10 new hires to leave?
  • A Director of Nursing who is having a hard time improving her hospital’s patient safety and satisfaction scores?
  • An ICU that is jamming up the OR because the teamwork between nurses and techs is so poor that it’s slowing down getting patients out to step-down units?
  • A senior leadership team that spends too much time in meetings debating issues rather than collaborating on how to implement solutions?

These are tough, expensive problems that plague many healthcare systems. Examples abound: It costs more than $50,000 to replace just one RN. Patient safety problems can result in a one-year reduction of 1% of all of the hospital’s CMS reimbursements. It can cost up to $500 a minute to hold a patient in an OR.

You can leverage the power of positive psychology to make a significant impact on these problems. Learn how to coach people to implement the PROPEL Performance Improvement Program and you can help them achieve remarkable results like these:

  • Reduce RN turnover by >50%
  • Lower HAI’s by >40% and patient falls by >70%
  • Increase staff satisfaction and engagement by >80%
  • Improve HCAHPS by >50%

 

Achieve Positive Outcomes Using The PROPEL Principles

PROPEL coaches enable leaders and staff, educators and researchers to use positive practices to improve their personal and professional lives. Using the PROPEL Toolkit, people discover how to apply positive psychology research. Harnessing the science of optimal human functioning empowers individuals and teams to engage in a performance improvement process proven to work in research at major academic medical centers and community hospitals.

P – Passion – Many professionals are overloaded, overwhelmed and burning out

Understand how to ignite people’s passion for achieving positive outcomes

R – Relationships – High stress leads to conflicts, silos, turnover and poor performance

Discover how to align leaders and staff in alliances that achieve results

O – Optimism – Relentless problems create pessimistic thinking and disengagement

→ Develop coaching skills that empower solution-oriented mindsets

P – Proactive – Negative reactions focus people on shortcomings and weaknesses

→ Learn how to coach individuals to use their strengths to enable success

E – Energy – Healthcare providers are often exhausted, stressed and discouraged

→  Enable people to rejuvenate and convert stress into useful energy

L – Legacy – Healthcare professionals can feel it’s impossible to make a difference

  Help them develop the highest level of happiness by mentoring others

 

Enroll in PROPEL Coach Training

Space is Limited to 6 Participants to Provide Personal Attention                                                                                                          

Early Bird Price Ends April 6, 2018!!!

Date & Time:            April 26 & 27, 8:30AM – 4:30PM

Location:      Maryland Healthcare Education Institute, 6820 Deerpath Rd., Elkridge, MD 21075

Program:

Prior to training: Complete the exercises in the PROPEL Toolkit

Thursday morning: Learn to coach using the PROPEL Toolkit

Thursday afternoon: Coach leaders to use positive practices to achieve goals

Friday morning: Coach teams to create a culture of high performance

Friday afternoon: Market PROPEL Coaching to leaders and organizations

Certification Fee: $2950. Early Bird Discount: $2650 before April 6, 2018

  • Includes 1 year of monthly group coaching calls
  • Receive expert advice on how to be successful when implementing your PROPEL Performance Improvement Programs
  • Discuss how to market your coaching services
  • Share your ideas and get answers to your questions as part of a supportive group of PROPEL coaches

Click here for more information or to register

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