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Building Well-being: A Leadership Learning Collaborative

12:00pm - June 22, 2021 thru 1:00pm - August 3, 2021 | Timezone: US/Central
Great Lakes MHTTC
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The Great Lakes MHTTC offers this training for behavioral health professionals in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, and WI.  This training is offered in response to a need identified by Region 5 stakeholders.
 

SCHEDULE FOR THE 6-PART SERIES

June 22, 12:00-1:00pm CST
June 29, 12:00-1:00pm CST
****SKIPPING July 6, 2021 due to the holiday****
July 13, 12:00-1:00pm CST
July 20, 12:00-1:00pm CST
July 27, 12:00-1:00pm CST
August 3,12:00-1:00pm CST
 

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Leaders today are faced with a difficult task of leading their “business” while continuing to care for their staffs’ emotional well-being.  This six-part learning collaborative will apply NIATx, an evidence-based implementation model, with other organizational tools to help leaders cultivate well-being practices within their organizations. Leaders will be able to zero in on the current temperature of staff well-being while learning how to redirect and support to reduce burnout and compassion fatigue.

This experiential multi-session learning collaborative will focus on building well-being within your organization through six unique sessions. Each session will identify areas of growth and offer suggestions on how to implement well-being strategies.

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Define well-being, burnout, empathy/compassion fatigue.
  • Assess your current individual and collective wellbeing within your organization.
  • Create your own call to well-being within your mission, vision, and values.
  • Develop your well-being goal(s) and apply NIATx tools & strategies to implement change with your team.
  • Develop a plan for well-being sustainability.

 

 

PRESENTER

Mat RoosaMat Roosa was a founding member of NIATx and has been a NIATx coach for a wide range of projects. He works as a consultant in quality improvement, organizational development and planning, and implementing evidence-based practices. Mat also serves as a local government planner in behavioral health in New York State. His experience includes direct clinical practice in mental health and substance use services, teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and human service agency administration.

Certificates of attendance will be available to all who attend all sessions in full.