Seven Intentions for Creating a Positive Work Environment

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Description

Borrowing from the work of Stephen Covey, John Kotter, Howard Glasser and Marcus Buckingham, this training provides an overview of the seven foundational intentions for formal and informal leaders to adopt that contribute to positive and motivating work cultures for all staff in the clinical environment.

Community Partner Training- Sponsored by CYFD-BHS

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2.75 Social Work CEU | 3 Length

Trainer:
Frank Picone, LCSW, Center for Great Expectations

Learning Objectives

  • Define what a positive culture is.
  • Identify 3 traits in a mentoring leader.
  • Understand the power of a work culture.
  • List 3 of the recommended guiding intentions
  • Share the self-care practice they do well and most desire to improve.
  • Explain the circles of influences and concern.
  • Identify the 3 areas you can control in the workplace.
  • Define and contrast early, middle, and late adopters.
  • Define what is meant by “feed the Flowers and not the Weeds.”
  • Identify 3 strategies to help identify the staff that are the best fit for the organization.
  • Define what rigorous debriefing is.
  • Explain what is meant by meaningful metrics.

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