RETENTION 911: REVIVING, INSPIRING, ENGAGING, RETAINING!
Monday, November 14 | 10:15 AM | Sponsored by Fredrikson & Byron, PA
Imagine the end to floor wars, cross-shift conflicts and the “churn and burn” nature of healthcare! Are you ready to do everything necessary to keep folks from rushing to the exits? Are you ready to make this the “Year of Retention?”
Today, let’s declare a moratorium on uncooperative, unengaged, and uncommunicative behaviors. Haphazard nonspecific retention and engagement strategies guarantee increased abysmal morale, high accident rates, and pervasive overtime costs. The sheer impact of replacement costs alone threaten organizational survival. GREAT NEWS AHEAD!
Retention 911: Reviving, Inspiring, Engaging, Retaining! dives deep into the hearts and minds of your colleagues to reveal what inspires and motivates human beings to embrace change, own problems, and take personal accountability for their part in creating a magnetic community.
Our buildings deserve the peace that comes from a workplace culture defined by passion, purpose, cooperation and unprecedented levels of morale and engagement. You will walk away with countless strategies created to kick the “workforce crisis” right in the tail!
Christopher Ridenhour, GFN, National Speaker, Healthcare Management Professional, Accountability Coach, Expert Team Energizer, Certified Staff Whisperer, Shenanigan Enthusiast.
For the last 20 years, Christopher has traveled across North America and Canada keynoting and training for national aging associations. As the chief learning officer for two multi-site senior services organizations, Christopher has served as a driving force at creating organizational cultures defined by exceptional, measurable outcomes. To that end, he develops and delivers high-impact training focused on world-class hospitality, DEI, elevated employee engagement, new supervisor training, inspired leadership, total team commitment, among other critical workforce competencies. Christopher uses behavioral science, principles of organizational development, and observational humor in his presentations.