This three-part webinar series will focus on managers at health centers and the skills they need to have a positive impact on their workforce in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics covered will include increasing employee engagement, policies and procedures, the logistics of changing care teams, and incorporating diversity, equity, and inclusion work into their management. This dynamic series will assist health center managers understand the importance of clear communication during the crisis and beyond to create an engaged workforce.
Employees who are engaged are 87% less likely to leave an organization, according to Gallup survey data. It’s no secret that employee engagement is necessary and equally as challenging to impact and sustain. There are several drivers of employee engagement that include managerial style, workload, and personal alignment with the mission. During this interactive session, participants will learn proven strategies to improve employee engagement at their CHC.
- Identify the drivers of an engaged team
- Discover practical approaches to increase engagement amongst a diverse team
- Develop solutions to align staff with organization’s mission and vision
April Lewis empowers individuals to be the highest versions of themselves so they can be healthy, happy, and high-performers. She is the CEO of the A. Lewis Academy, Inc., a workforce development coaching and consulting firm. She has an extensive healthcare background and takes an “inside–out approach” to personal, professional, and organizational transformation. She excelled in various roles in operations, training, and technical assistance for Community Health Centers and PCAs, before ending her tenure at the National Association of Community Health Centers. Lewis now serves as a keynote speaker, executive coach and trainer for Fortune 500 companies, healthcare organizations, and education institutions across the nation.