The Coming Wave of COVID-Driven Nurse Burnout
As COVID wreaks havoc with health system operations, strategy, and finances, the impact of the virus on frontline nurses is enormous, exacerbating already significant concerns around burnout. While burnout is a complex issue with many contributing factors, research has proven that personal resilience is key to resisting burnout. Perhaps most important: resilience can be trained. Join Lead for Care Thursday, July 30th at 12pmET and learn how your organization can proactively instill key resilience concepts into the frontline, in real-time. To register, go here.
Mentoring the Next Generation Nurse Leader
September 16, 2020
View short videos of thought leaders sharing on a range of topics that are top of mind for the healthcare industry.
Nurse burnout has been a top of mind concern for health systems for some time; COVID is bringing new urgency to the importance of hardwiring nurse resiliency. Unfortunately, health systems often miss the crucial first step in building a culture that can support resilience. Learn how top performing health systems are re-thinking their approach to enabling the resilient nurse.
Organizational Development (OD) plays a vital role in health system success; in fact, organizations that invest in OD during times of economic crisis have historically weathered the downturns more successfully. Unfortunately, health system OD teams struggle to reach a constituency that truly could benefit from leadership development: frontline nurses. Learn the structural barriers OD has historically faced in reaching frontline nurses, and how best practice organizations are fixing this gap.