ATD Maryland Presents:
Coffee and Conversation - Laurel, MD
Grab some brunch and come join in on the relaxing Saturday morning discussion about current professional topics that can benefit you in your professional setting and beyond.
April 21, 2018
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Located in: Panera Bread, Laurel, MD
Address: 3301 Corridor Marketplace, Laurel, MD 20724
Phone: (301) 497-3052
Springboard Topic: Rolling Out Resiliency, Preview of ATD ICE 2018 Session lead by our very own ATD Maryland Member, Katrina Coleman
Staff burned out, stressed, running on empty? Maybe YOU are feeling those things as well but are putting on a mask to keep them hidden because you are the leader. You aren’t supposed to be running on empty, right? Wrong! Everyone is susceptible to feelings of burnout.
Burnout is a syndrome characterized by exhaustion, cynicism and reduced effectiveness. Research shows that quality, safety and employee turnover are all negatively impacted by burnout.
The good news is that resiliency is a skill that can be developed and strengthened. Resiliency is defined by our ability to cope and is a critical skill for leaders and staff. 30% of our resiliency is linked to our genes, however, 70% is influenced by our environment.
We will examine resiliency tools based on the research by Dr. Bryan Sexton, Duke University, and Martin Seligman, University of Pennsylvania. Tools such as 3 Good Things, The Gratitude Letter and Random Acts of Kindness. Utilization of these tools has shown a significant decrease in burnout and depression as well as fewer issues in dealing with difficult colleagues and a reported better work/life balance. Applying these tools will increase moral, teamwork and engagement.
Katrina Coleman, BSN, MSN, Director of Leadership and Engagement
Katrina has been in the health care industry for 20 years during which she has consulted and coached with hundreds of mangers assisting them in developing and implementing skills to help them achieve their goal of running a productive and quality-driven department/unit. As a master’s prepared nurse and, with many years of hospital experience behind her Katrina understands the needs of managers as well as the environment in which they operate. Katrina’s goal is to assist others in using their own talents to create quality outcomes. Katrina is also an ATD-Certified Coach.
Lyndley O’Dell, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP, Program Consultant
Lyndley is a healthcare human resources professional with experience in various aspects of HR including talent acquisition, onboarding, employee engagement, employee relations, performance management and organizational development. In addition to building collaborative relationships and guiding leaders through challenging situations, Lyndley has specific experience managing and supporting an HR team. Lyndley’s enthusiasm provides others with the energy and motivation to learn and put their skills into action.