Erin Shipley, MSN, CEN, R.N.

Creating a People Centered Culture

Date & Time

February 8, 2024 1pm-2pm CST

 

Description

Creating a People-Centered Culture: Moving Beyond Challenges to Actionable Solutions. Join us for an enlightening session where we will explore evidence-based practices and innovative approaches to engage and inspire our healthcare workforce.

 

Our goal is to equip professionals with the knowledge and strategies necessary to cultivate a work environment that prioritizes employees. We understand that organizations thrive when their workforce is engaged, motivated, and empowered, and this webinar will delve into the essential elements required to create such a culture.

 

During this webinar, participants will have the opportunity to explore key aspects, including effective communication, leadership development, employee recognition, and initiatives that foster teamwork and collaboration. Additionally, we will address practical tactics for enhancing work-life balance, promoting diversity and inclusion, and nurturing talent retention.

 

Through engaging case studies and interactive chat discussions led by Erin Shipley, MSN, CEN, R.N., attendees can expect to gain valuable insights and actionable takeaways that can be applied within their own professional settings. This session promises to empower participants in building an inclusive organizational culture that values the growth, well-being, and overall success of its people.

 

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to create a work environment that truly puts employees at the forefront.

 

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Speaker Description

Erin Shipley, MSN, CEN, R.N.

Huron Consulting Group

 

Erin is a leader with more than 20 years of healthcare industry experience. She is a registered nurse who challenges leaders to think creatively and eliminate interdepartmental barriers, creating an engaging place for employees to work, patients to receive care, and physicians to practice medicine. Her background as an emergency department nurse and nurse leader in outpatient, ambulatory, and inpatient units strengthens her ability to deploy the Evidence-Based Leadership℠ model in all types of patient care settings. Erin excels with developing leaders and team members at all levels and tenure. In addition to her role as a National Speaker and Workshop Facilitator with Huron, Erin serves as the Vice President of Consumer Experience at Cooper University Health Care, in Camden, New Jersey.

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Healthcare Academy is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development
by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers of Commission on Accreditation.

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This program has been approved for Continuing Education for 1 total participant hours by NAB/NCERS—Approval# 20250207-1-A99484-DL

        Erin Shipley, MSN, CEN, R.N.

Creating a
People Centered Culture

Date & Time

February 8, 2024 1pm-2pm CST

 

Description

Creating a People-Centered Culture: Moving Beyond Challenges to Actionable Solutions. Join us for an enlightening session where we will explore evidence-based practices and innovative approaches to engage and inspire our healthcare workforce.

 

Our goal is to equip professionals with the knowledge and strategies necessary to cultivate a work environment that prioritizes employees. We understand that organizations thrive when their workforce is engaged, motivated, and empowered, and this webinar will delve into the essential elements required to create such a culture.

 

During this webinar, participants will have the opportunity to explore key aspects, including effective communication, leadership development, employee recognition, and initiatives that foster teamwork and collaboration. Additionally, we will address practical tactics for enhancing work-life balance, promoting diversity and inclusion, and nurturing talent retention.

 

Through engaging case studies and interactive chat discussions led by Erin Shipley, MSN, CEN, R.N., attendees can expect to gain valuable insights and actionable takeaways that can be applied within their own professional settings. This session promises to empower participants in building an inclusive organizational culture that values the growth, well-being, and overall success of its people.

 

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to create a work environment that truly puts employees at the forefront.

 

Speaker Description

Erin Shipley, MSN, CEN, R.N.

Huron Consulting Group

 

Erin is a leader with more than 20 years of healthcare industry experience. She is a registered nurse who challenges leaders to think creatively and eliminate interdepartmental barriers, creating an engaging place for employees to work, patients to receive care, and physicians to practice medicine. Her background as an emergency department nurse and nurse leader in outpatient, ambulatory, and inpatient units strengthens her ability to deploy the Evidence-Based Leadership℠ model in all types of patient care settings. Erin excels with developing leaders and team members at all levels and tenure. In addition to her role as a National Speaker and Workshop Facilitator with Huron, Erin serves as the Vice President of Consumer Experience at Cooper University Health Care, in Camden, New Jersey.

ANCC American Nurses Credentialing Center Logo

Healthcare Academy is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development
by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers of Commission on Accreditation.

NAB National Association of Long-Term Care Administrators Board Logo

This program has been approved for Continuing Education for 1 total participant hours by NAB/NCERS—Approval# 20250207-1-A99484-DL

Erin Shipley, MSN, CEN, R.N.

Creating a People Centered Culture

Date & Time

February 8, 2024 1pm-2pm CST

 

Description

Creating a People-Centered Culture: Moving Beyond Challenges to Actionable Solutions. Join us for an enlightening session where we will explore evidence-based practices and innovative approaches to engage and inspire our healthcare workforce.

 

Our goal is to equip professionals with the knowledge and strategies necessary to cultivate a work environment that prioritizes employees. We understand that organizations thrive when their workforce is engaged, motivated, and empowered, and this webinar will delve into the essential elements required to create such a culture.

 

During this webinar, participants will have the opportunity to explore key aspects, including effective communication, leadership development, employee recognition, and initiatives that foster teamwork and collaboration. Additionally, we will address practical tactics for enhancing work-life balance, promoting diversity and inclusion, and nurturing talent retention.

 

Through engaging case studies and interactive chat discussions led by Erin Shipley, MSN, CEN, R.N., attendees can expect to gain valuable insights and actionable takeaways that can be applied within their own professional settings. This session promises to empower participants in building an inclusive organizational culture that values the growth, well-being, and overall success of its people.

 

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to create a work environment that truly puts employees at the forefront.

 

Speaker Description

Erin Shipley, MSN, CEN, R.N.

Huron Consulting Group

 

Erin is a leader with more than 20 years of healthcare industry experience. She is a registered nurse who challenges leaders to think creatively and eliminate interdepartmental barriers, creating an engaging place for employees to work, patients to receive care, and physicians to practice medicine. Her background as an emergency department nurse and nurse leader in outpatient, ambulatory, and inpatient units strengthens her ability to deploy the Evidence-Based Leadership℠ model in all types of patient care settings. Erin excels with developing leaders and team members at all levels and tenure. In addition to her role as a National Speaker and Workshop Facilitator with Huron, Erin serves as the Vice President of Consumer Experience at Cooper University Health Care, in Camden, New Jersey.

ANCC American Nurses Credentialing Center Logo

Healthcare Academy is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers of Commission on Accreditation.

NAB National Association of Long-Term Care Administrators Board Logo

This program has been approved for Continuing Education for 1 total participant hours by NAB/NCERS—Approval# 20250207-1-A99484-DL