Workforce Culture & LGBT Staff: Creating a More Inclusive Workplace
We all feel the pressure of the workforce shortage. Recruiting is becoming more and more difficult and with the increase in senior living options and the demand for caring for more seniors, retaining good caregivers is a challenge.
In this webinar, with Mindy Cheek, first vice president for Greystone Communities, examines the need for senior living communities to become more creative with their recruitment process, and the importance of demonstrating an inclusive culture that will attract a more diverse population, which in turn will expand their pool of candidates.
Participants will learn:
- What it takes to attract and retain diverse employees.
- How to create a culture that is diverse and inclusive.
DUE TO THE UNCERTAINTY OF COVID-19, WE HAVE POSTPONED THIS WORKSHOP. PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR A NEW DATE!
This event is a two-day workshop that takes place at Saint Elizabeth Home in East Greenwich, RI, home to four Green House homes. This event is an opportunity to learn more about phenomenon that has created nearly 300 homes in 32 states and set the standard for person-directed, relationship-rich living environments.
This webinar examines the importance of communities being more creative with their recruitment process and demonstrating an inclusive culture that will attract a more diverse population that in turn increases their pool of candidates.
The 2020 Green House Conference will feature dynamic keynotes from thought-provoking leaders inside and outside the field of senior living. Highly relevant breakout sessions, roundtables, and TED-style talks are designed to prepare GHP partners, sponsors, and supporters for the impact of a new decade.
We are excited to introduce Beyond Memory Care: A Dementia Wellbeing Approach, a new syposium, open to all aging services professionals, that will kick off the 2020 Green House Conference on May 18, with Al Power, MD, as the keynote speaker and emcee.
Explore the roles of a clinical support team member in supporting and working in partnership with individuals and self-managed work teams in The Green House home
-Learn about the coaching approach to building partnerships and how it can be used to foster positive individual and team relationships and stronger problem-solving ability
-Develop coaching-based communication and problem-solving skills, especially: Presenting the Issue, Active Listening, Self-Awareness, and Self-Management