I have worked with global companies, nonprofits, higher education institutes and small businesses to design and deliver a variety of consulting services aligned to their business growth and staffing development needs. My focus currently is on positively disrupting healthcare to better align it with patient and resident needs, particularly focused on enhancing outcomes for senior citizens. In doing this I work with healthcare providers, insurers and professionals who impact senior's ability to access and receive quality medical care. I am experienced in areas such as:
Each interaction and program is designed with the audience in mind and provides tangible strategies and practical tools to be used immediately. Sample audiences include:
Physicians, Nurses, Social Workers, CNA's, Medical Office Staff, Corporate Staff working with senior customers, Healthcare Executives, Senior Living Professionals and more. Programs can include any combination of the above. Please let me know how I can help you increase employee satisfaction, reduce turnover and enhance efficiency today.
Specific areas of focus are:
- Leadership and managerial skills and the transition from individual contributor to manager - Physician/ Nurse/ Medical Professional Burnout and Stress – the causes and short and long term effects
- Entrepreneurial and team mindsets
Experienced in designing for and presenting to a global audience in person, via webinar, video conference, or blended learning experience on a multitude of topics including but not limited to:
Introducing a provocative, but necessary, interactive workshop series designed to inspire self-reflection and committed actions
Micro-aggressions and Micro-inequities against BIPOC: A Macro Societal Injustice
Having BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color) friends or colleagues does not make one not racist. BIPOC experience a multitude of inequities from childhood through adulthood when they are often mercifully teased about the color of the skin, an accent or other attributes, which stand out. Not seeing color is a fallacy. Learn to embrace the very differences that contribute to each humans uniqueness, while appreciating the many distinctive struggles BIPOC face that Caucasian people are often, unknowingly unaware of. From Redlining to profiling by police, universities, potential employers and even potential partners, delve into a history of imbalance that every person has the ability to contribute changing. This eye-opening, riveting and often emotional collection of data, stories and human connections, will result in even the most skeptical rethinking if and how they contribute to bias.
Beyond Book Clubs, Rally's and Social Media Posts: A Guide to Committed Allyship
"When black people are in pain, white people just join book clubs" -- Tre Johnson, Washington Post
How many of us are guilty of confusing passive activism with active allyship? I am. Admittedly, I am one of a countless Caucasian people who want and intend to do more, but don't always know how. Explore what it means to dismantle age-old systems, to reflect on your own responsibility in causing pain to BIPOC and to support BIPOC at work, in the community in government and in having equity in voice. This requires a paradigm shift in action and an active stance in reaction to the micro-aggressions one witnesses, but does not speak up about. Allyship requires true accountability in assessing and addressing the needs of people who are marginalized. With commitment and courage, change will happen.
Additionally Workshops for Board Retreats are available on topics such as:
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