Workforce Engagement

Strong leadership is essential for informing and supporting professional shared governance. Effective leaders use the structures of professional governance to build a culture of excellence, where interprofessional teams can exercise accountability for service delivery that advances patient outcomes.
As organizations rethink their approaches to recruitment and retention, many are expanding on the strategic relationships that exist between clinical settings and educational institutions to advance mutual interests and priorities.
The fourth section of the guide includes strategies around hiring veterans, professional governance models and academic-practice partnerships.
Many teams can become stalled out in their growth and morale. What can you do as a leader to move your team forward again? This webinar will offer some leadership keys to help get your staff reinvigorated by mobilizing the talent within, as well as provide insights and strategies to inspire your…
Strategies to address surgical backlog and use anesthesiologists in leadership positions to optimize perioperative performance and OR efficiency.
Reducing stigma and improving access to behavioral health services for the health care workforce, combined with fostering human resilience can improve mental and often physical health, reduce the total cost of care, reduce suicide, and support a healthy workforce.
The third section of the guide describes strategies around recruitment and retention, diversity and inclusion, and creative staffing models.
The first section of the guide, which includes key considerations and questions to drive action, takeaways and action items for CEOs, and resources and case studies, focuses on addressing well-being, supporting behavioral health and workplace violence prevention.