Re-Igniting the Spirit of Caring

Support Healing and Recovery within your Organization

Re-Igniting the Spirit of Caring reconnects participants to their purpose. Participants gain insight and expand their ability to care for themselves, their colleagues, and the patients and families they serve. By address the components of burnout and moral distress they experience a renewed sense of joy and meaning in their work.
Re-Igniting Spirit of Caring | CHCM
This 3-day workshop expands hearts and minds and can be licensed and delivered in-house by members of your staff. We provide education, coaching, and ongoing support for your internal facilitators. On the second day of Re-Igniting the Spirit of Caring, for­mer patients and families are invited to share, in small groups, their insights about caring. These insights provide best practice ideas that participants can then incorporate into their plans to implement Relationship-Based Care. Day 3 includes content on transformational leadership that inspires all staff members about their ability to be leaders of change.
Organizations renew their Re-Igniting the Spirit of Caring commitment year after year, saying that nothing else delivers such a positive impact on employee engagement, wellbeing, and retention.

Reconnect to your Purpose

We can increase your staff satisfaction, cultivate a more positive approach to work, and help your team rediscover their passion for practice.
Relationship with Self | CHCM

Relationship with Self: The First of the Three Key Relationships

To stay healthy and be emotionally available to others, caregivers need to pay attention to their own energy levels and be self-aware and mindful as they interact with patients, families, and each other. It is important not only to practice self-care for your body, but for your mind and spirit as well. When we take the time to care for ourselves all our other relationships, the ones with colleagues, and patients and families, are healthy and more effective.

Relationship with Colleagues: The Second of the Three Key Relationships

Healthy interpersonal relationships and purposeful collaboration among team members positively impacts work culture and the patient experience. All team members should model mutual respect, trust, open and honest communication, and consistent, visible support.

Relationship with Patients and Families: The Third of the Three Key Relationships

In Relationship-Based Care cultures, care and services are designed to prevent unnecessary suffering including delays, physical or emotional discomfort, and lack of information about what is happen­ing. Patients are included as members of the health care team and feel seen, heard, and cared for as individuals.
Employee Engagement and Retention | CHCM

The Keys to Employee Engagement and Retention

Organizations across the country commit to keeping the wellbeing of patients and families central to everything they do, but we know that no one can keep that commitment for long, unless they are also tending to the wellbeing of the people taking care of patients and families. When providers experience burnout, they tend to suffer from 1) emotional exhaustion, 2) depersonalization, and 3) feelings of low personal accomplishment. If true, it would stand to reason that individual care providers would benefit from participating in activities which are designed to 1) provide them with emotional uplift, 2) restore their ability and desire to see people as people, and 3) help them re-experience the importance of their personal and professional accomplishments. Re-igniting the Spirit of Caring provides this care for caregivers and reconnects them to the purpose and meaning of their work.

Care for the Journey CD

This audio gem offers 10 tracks of inspirational messages set to beautiful music composed specifically for caregivers.

Should: How Habits of Language Shape Our Lives

Culled from personal experience and keen observation about the effects of habitual self-talk on human experience, SHOULD is the most practical, in-depth study of the language of self-oppression that exists today.

The Circle Way: A Leader in Every Chair

The Circle Way lays out the basics of circle conversation based on the original work of the co-authors, who have studied and standardized the essential elements of circle practice and have been implementing them in a variety of organizations for over fifteen years.

Care for the Journey CD

This audio gem offers 10 tracks of inspirational messages set to beautiful music composed specifically for caregivers.

Should: How Habits of Language Shape Our Lives

Culled from personal experience and keen observation about the effects of habitual self-talk on human experience, SHOULD is the most practical, in-depth study of the language of self-oppression that exists today.

The Circle Way: A Leader in Every Chair

The Circle Way lays out the basics of circle conversation based on the original work of the co-authors, who have studied and standardized the essential elements of circle practice and have been implementing them in a variety of organizations for over fifteen years.

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