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Caring for Seniors is meaningful work whichever part of the spectrum of care you work in. Absolutely.
And it can also be really hard.
- Hard to stay connected to the joy when there’s so many things coming at you.
- Hard to lead and engage a multi-generational workforce that comes to work when they’re scheduled, stays, and compassionately cares for your residents and each other.
- Hard to protect employees – whether front-line staff or those in leadership – from fatigue and burnout.
- Hard to keep up with changing regulations and shrinking $ resources, while managing your existing job duties.
You’re not alone. This seems to be the nature of Seniors Care.
There are ways to not just survive, but thrive in the midst of this … for best results for your team and your residents and families.
Start Now to Create Solutions
Start now to expand your manager’s capacity to be leaders who influence and inspire others to collaboratively and compassionately create value for residents, their families, each other, your community, and your organization.
Start now to support your staff to stay out of the “zombie” zone that causes mistakes and injuries. Help them be present in body and mind, so they provide safer, person-centered, compassionate care.
Start now to develop teams who look out for each other, are committed to each other, and work as a unit. Teams that communicate directly and compassionately, where team members feel safe to take risks and be vulnerable in front of each other. Teams that have psychological safety.
We don’t promise overnight results.
If you’re a Seniors Care leader with vision and patience who wants the best for your staff and