Whatever you already have planned for May’s Nurses and Hospital Week celebrations, here are 3 free resources that will add to your celebrations. Feel free to copy this text directly into an email to send to your team with a note from you.
Stay Strong For Us
Stay Strong For Us is an artistically designed book featuring messages of hope and encouragement from over one hundred international healthcare leaders, wellbeing experts, and caregivers. Available free as a flipbook and eBook on the Stay Strong For Us website, and as a Kindle or in full-color hardcopy on Amazon.
Florence’s Lasting Legacy
Florence Nightingale – the Lady with the Lamp – is well remembered as founder of the profession of nursing. But did you know that she was also architect of the modern hospital and first effective advocate for the health of soldiers and veterans? This special article describes aspects of Florence’s legacy that you and your colleagues probably don’t know about.
The Gratitude Symposium
Quint Studer is hosting The Gratitude Symposium, featuring 45 video messages from leading authorities (I am one of them) in this month-long series that will inspire and uplift your team. Join more than 50,000 other participants to celebrate what’s right in the world and learn about the life and career enhancing power of gratitude. The event is also donating $75,000 to the DAISY Foundation and $25,000 to AUPHA.
A Month of May Like Never Before!
The Values Coach team joins you in grieving for the losses of the past year, praying for the end of the covid scourge in the current year, praising the strength, compassion and resourcefulness of those we have come to know as heroes, and wishing you the best in this month that is historically designated as a time to celebrate all the good done by our caregivers. Thank you!
Everyday Courage for Extraordinary Times features 21 short videos, 12 eBooks, Leader’s Guide and Participant Study Guide. The course is incredibly affordable, easy to implement, tailored to your organization, and absolutely guaranteed to be effective.
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