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Nursing Home and Assisted Living Administrators
Lessons from Failure will help you become a more successful leader.
The author recounts his own mistakes and the lessons he learned.
Includes the book, "Management Mess to Leadership Success"
Survive change and overcome trouble spots in your own ability to adjust.
Includes the book: You Unstuck by Libby Gill
Stay abreast of what may become a new paradigm our old and frail elderly. Includes the New York Times bestseller: Being Mortal.
What are realistic hopes and treatments for our residents.
Ethics 5 Hrs. / Patient Care 10 Hrs.
Ethics: Follow Dr. Gwande’s ethical explanation on where he believes doctors and medicine have gone awry in treatment of our frail and fearful elderly. Learn to gently, honestly and ethically guide your residents through false hope, prolonged treatments and into a more realistic acceptance of their condition.
You will have your eyes opened to "how the other half lives" and learn to recognize it in your employees. Become aware of the problems that "minimum wage living" can create in your workplace. Use this knowledge to build in support and flexibility to improve your turnover rate and improve productivity.
Management gems you may have forgotten. Recommended for those who have been working in the field for several years. Includes John Maxwell's: "Complete 101 Collection" Ethics. The included book is complete, and succinct in guiding leaders. The feedback from nursing home administrators on this course, is that the book actually becomes is a reference book for the office. Ethics
A John Maxwell book on how to deal with people differently. Learn the secret of connecting, increase your ability to relate, enjoy and influence others. Includes the book, "Everyone Communicates, Few Connect". Administrators can always use a little help managing staff, families, residents, not to mention peer and personal relationships. Take this CEU course and be surprised by the rewards this learning experience will generate.
Learn how to attract and retain Millennials. Fragile, Handle With Care! Learn how to push the right buttons in your favor and how to help this generation of "twenty somethings" fit into a LTC setting. Receive the book: "Managing the Millennials."
A true story about the "Best Damn Ship in the Navy" and how it got that way.
Receive the New York Times Best Seller, "It's Your Ship"
An entirely new way to attract and train staff while keeping them pulling together. This approach attracts Millenials, who will respond to a "Safe Place" in which they can learn to develop relationships while surrounded by people who "watch their back", i. e. The Circle. Includes the book, "Leaders Eat Last" by Simon Sinek, a New York Times Best Seller.
Veterans are coming your way. Are you ready? This course will give you a better understanding of short term and long term PTSD and offer some strategies for helping residents and staff cope. Receive the book "Tribe". Ethics
Lead your people and yourself through hard times with less fear and a more resourceful approach. Receive the book, "How to Survive Change You Didn't Ask For".
This course is not about any specific ethical, or moral issue. It is designed to help you in think through your value system and priorities. This in turn helps you determine where you stand on personal and professional dilemmas, such as Injustices and Abuse, when time is short and decisions must be made. Includes the book: "Moral Courage". When hit in the face with a moral dilemma you will be better prepared to act. A guidebook which can help lead you to a clear understanding of what moral courage is, what it does, and how to get it. Ethics.
In this 6 hour course, receive encouragement for the Nursing Home Administrator in short daily excerpts. Receive John Maxwell's book, "The Maxwell Daily Reader". It is a good little refresher on what makes an ethical, effective leader. “If a 'thought for a day' calendar or short daily excerpts is your learning style, then this powerful but simple course is one you will like. Ethics.
A new approach for keeping Alzheimer’s residents connected emotionally to this world. Receive the book: "Keeping Love Alive as Memories Fade." Ethics
Receive the New York Times bestseller: Proof of Heaven. Reassuring for frightened residents.
(No specific religion is mentioned, but this course is not for atheists). Ethics
Laugh your way through earning 5 hours in this Nursing Administrator course. Get a reality check on balance between your work life and your personal life. Includes the book, "Dogs Don't Bite When a Growl Will Do", and other funny truths for humans. Want some funny visuals to help you break some of your workaholic tendencies? Humor may help the advice stick. Your secretary and staff will enjoy the laughing with you.
Ethics. Simplified do's and don'ts with Alzheimer's residents.
Use with staff training, family members to provide exceptional communication techniques in all stages of Alzheimer's.
Receive the book, "Talking to Alzheimer's"
This course will enable you to gain confidence in your ability to keep lines of communication open with coworkers and employees. You will learn how to obtain your desired outcomes. Includes the book, "Perfect Phrases for Conflict Resolution".
This course will help you understand which diseases of the brain tend to lead to this "surprise ending" as the disease progresses. Be prepared to help your staff deal with the resulting confusing and intimidating behaviors before they become a major problem for your facility. Be aware of the risks you may be taking when making admission decisions. Learn the best way to care for your residents who have dementia, spot the triggers for agitation and become adept at diffusing the behavior before it escalates out of control. Ethics No Shipping & Handling Charge
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Course being updated based on new federal regulations (www.cms.gov) For Nursing Administrators: Know your high risk residents. Learn what to do to reduce injury, decrease risk of litigation, and tips to eliminate falls. Ethics No Shipping & Handling Charge
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