Using Positive Psychology to Boost Organizational Morale Webinar

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Using Positive Psychology to Boost Organizational Morale
06/15/2022 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes
06/15/2022 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes Our communities, social environments and the media continually bombard our consciousness with negative news. It is difficult to escape the political divisiveness, increased episodes of incivility and violence in our communities, and even the destructive weather patterns. The presence of Covid-19 has escalated this overall sense of unease, and while many believed the worst of this pandemic was behind us once vaccines were available, sadly it seems, that is not true. Even the best hospitals and healthcare teams have witnessed an ongoing decline in morale that is negatively impacting our staff, reducing their resilience and energy needed to provide our patients with the best quality of care. To address this morale crisis in hospitals we need novel methods of combatting the negativity that has infiltrated our hospitals and healthcare environments. The science of positive psychology offers us evidence-based solutions that can help our teams both personally and professionally to move not just beyond surviving but also to thriving. While there are no quick fixes for what ails our healthcare systems, this webinar will discuss what can be done to focus on the positive and help our teams and ourselves in the process.
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Using positive psychology to boost organizational morale Certificate
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Our communities, social environments and the media continually bombard our consciousness with negative news.   It is difficult to escape the political divisiveness, increased episodes of incivility and violence in our communities, and even the destructive weather patterns.   The presence of Covid-19 has escalated this overall sense of unease, and while many believed the worst of this pandemic was behind us once vaccines were available, sadly it seems, that is not true.  Even the best hospitals and healthcare teams have witnessed an ongoing decline in morale that is negatively impacting our staff, reducing their resilience and energy needed to provide our patients with the best quality of care. To address this morale crisis in hospitals we need novel methods of combatting the negativity that has infiltrated our hospitals and healthcare environments.  The science of positive psychology offers us evidence-based solutions that can help our teams both personally and professionally to move not just beyond surviving but also to thriving.  While there are no quick fixes for what ails our healthcare systems, this webinar will discuss what can be done to focus on the positive and help our teams and ourselves in the process.

Beth Fuller

DNP, RN, CEN, CFRN, CCRN, NEA-BC

Beth has a doctorate degree in executive leadership and a master’s degree as a critical care and trauma clinical nurse specialist.  She has led large and small Emergency departments, including trauma and burn centers in Massachusetts and in Pennsylvania. Beth has also worked as a flight nurse and ground critical care for both adults and pediatric patients.  

Currently she is the practice lead for Philips Health Care Transformation Services Emergency Services – which provides performance improvement and interim leadership to hospitals throughout the US.  Most importantly for this presentation -  She has attended a year long certificate course in Positive Psychology from the Wholebeing Institute – and it has made all the difference. 

Provider approved by the California State Board of Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 continuing education credit

This course is - Clinical / Accredited

Identify issues that are leading to poor morale in hospitals and healthcare organizations
• Discuss the science of positive psychology 
• Describe tactics to boost morale and create a more positive environment