EmLogis Presents Webinar for Long Term Care Administrators on How to Use Nudge Principles to Motivate Long Term Care Staff

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Guest Speaker Dr. Eleanor Feldman Barbera, Long Term Care Psychologist, to offer practical advice on how to motivate long term care employees using nudge principles. Live Webinar, February 25, 2015 at 1 PM Central. Register here

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The basic philosophy underlying this type of social psychology research is that people want to do the right thing. Applying nudge principles makes it easier for them to do just that.

EmLogis, a leading provider of employee scheduling software for long term care administration, will host a live webinar on Wednesday February 25, 2015 at 1 PM Central entitled “Beyond Carrot and Stick: Motivating Long Term Care Staff with Nudge Principles.” The webinar will be presented by guest speaker Dr. Eleanor Feldman Barbera, an author and psychologist focused on Long Term Care. Dr. Feldman-Barbera will discuss how nudge principles can help long term care administrators and managers motivate long term care employees and guide them in the right direction with less conflict.

Employee recognition programs reward long term care staff members for good behavior and discipline techniques (such as suspending staff members) discourage bad behavior. By using nudge principles in addition to employee recognition or discipline programs, long term care organizations can develop unobtrusive methods to help staff do the right thing. Join psychologist Dr. Eleanor Feldman Barbera as she discusses nudge principles and how to use them in your long term care facility to improve workflow, to improve the employees work environment, and to reduce conflict.

Webinar Details:
Title: “Beyond Carrot and Stick: Using Nudge Principles to Motivate Long Term Care Employees”
Date: February 25, 2015, 1 PM Central
To register: http://www.emlogis.com/events/webinar-beyond-carrot-and-stick-motivating-ltc-staff-with-nudge-principles/

What attendees will learn:

  • What it means to use nudge principles with your staff
  • Three types of interventions employing this social psychology concept
  • How to harness nudge theory within your organization

Who should attend this webinar:

  • Long term care administration: Administrators and assistant administrators
  • DONs, ADONs, department heads, nursing supervisors, and charge nurses
  • Staff training coordinators
  • Human resource department staff

About the speaker, Dr. Eleanor Barbera or “Dr. El”
Dr. Eleanor Feldman Barbera, PhD, author of The Savvy Resident’s Guide, is an accomplished speaker and consultant with over 17 years of experience as a psychologist in long-term care. She writes about mental health issues in long-term care on her award-winning website, MyBetterNursingHome.com, and in her McKnight’s Long-Term Care News column, “The World According to Dr. El.”

About EmLogis: Smart Employee Scheduling for Long Term Care Facilities
EmLogis provides smart employee scheduling and workforce management software that is designed specifically for environments with complex employee scheduling needs and strict compliance requirements – such as long term care, corrections, law enforcement, and healthcare facilities. Affordable, easy-to-use, and entirely web-based, EmLogis reduces staffing costs, helps to control overtime, ensures compliance, and increases employee satisfaction. Contact EmLogis at +1-888-302-9830 or visit http://www.emlogis.com for more information.

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