Hiring and Retaining Your Best Staff:
3-Part Webinar Series
Staff shortages, burnout, and challenging work environments contribute to the increasing turnover rates across the healthcare continuum. High turnover negatively impacts the quality of care and results in adverse clinical and financial outcomes.
Join us for a 3-part webinar series to learn how to improve hiring and onboarding programs, evaluate and enhance competency, and develop the next generation of leaders— all to build and retain the best workforce.
[Part 3] Retention Battle Cry: Onboarding & Development
Date: July 26 at 2 p.m. ET
Presenters: Felicia Sadler, MJ, BSN, RN, CPHQ, Clinical Effectiveness Consultant and Justin Hess, M.S., Product Manager, Assessments
This webinar will focus on how to address industry challenges such as outcomes, patient satisfaction, and turnover, through onboarding and staff development. We will discuss best practices for creating and maintaining effective onboarding programs, as well as how to engage and build future leaders by developing their skill sets.
The live events for "[Part 1] Hiring in Healthcare: How to Find Your Unicorns" and "[Part 2] How to Go From Good to Great: Cultivate Your Leaders" have concluded and the recording and slides are available below. Please feel free to register for the rest of our 3-part webinar series above!
Date: June 28 at 2 p.m. ET
Presenters: Leslie Jefferies, MSN, BSN, RN, Director of Clinical Solutions and Justin Hess, M.S., Product Manager, Assessments
This webinar will discuss two personnel challenges that all healthcare organizations face: staff shortages and high turnover. We will then explore using validated assessments as a pre-hire tool to help organizations choose and retain the best talent for their organization.
Date: July 12 at 2 p.m. ET
Presenter: John McGinn, Skillsoft® - Healthcare Industry Principal
This webinar will explore how leadership development is key to creating a culture of engaged employees. High-performing organizations are leading the industry through talent development, which positively impacts turnover and patient outcomes.