Healthcare providers face unprecedented stress and challenges in the COVID-19 era. These challenges are not just limited to the professional domain, but pervade every area life from relationships to health. As healthcare professionals, we need to create a new normal and make meaningful changes that will improve our experience and give us sustainability and resiliency through these challenging times.
Join us as Dr. Ryan Bayley, executive coach for healthcare leaders, shares coaching paradigms to help you reflect on your personal and professional circumstances, identify what is in your control, and take meaningful action to positively impact your unique situation.
Those attending the series will:
Individuals working in a healthcare setting.
Ryan Bayley, MD
Ryan Bayley, MD is an executive coach for physicians and healthcare leaders. His work primarily focuses on helping healthcare providers create more fulfill-ment and resilience in their work – with an emphasis on intentional career design, emotional intelligence, and inter-personal skills. He is also a recognized national speaker on physician career development and professional well-being.
In addition to his coaching and consulting, Ryan Bayley holds an adjunct faculty position in the department of surgery at Duke University, and he is the designer and lead instructor for Duke University’s Intentional Life Design for Physicians course. Dr. Bayley continues to practice as both an emergency physician and an emergency medical services director for 911 systems.
We’ll start off this series with identification of the real challenge in front of us and work on skills to proactively create a new normal for ourselves.
Participants will review the following:
Every provider’s experience with COVID is different, as are the challenges faced both professionally and personally. Instead of cookie-cutter solutions, Dr. Bayley will share coaching tools to guide participants of this session in creating a personalized model, helping individuals develop an action plan to implement for meaningful changes.
In this final session, we will deepen our understanding of how we can bring our best selves to our challenges.
Valid for the live webinars only: This program is approved by the National Association of Social Workers – Hawai’i Chapter (Approval HI62792021-102, HI62792021-103, HI62792021-104) for one (1) continuing education contact hour per webinar (up to three (3) contact hours for the entire series).
Valid for the live webinars and recorded webinars: This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by Oregon Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation for one (1) contact hour per webinar session (up to three (3) contact hours for entire series). Approval valid through 08/12/2022. OCEAN ID #2020-20.
There is no conflict of interest for any planner or presenter with this learning activity.
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|Per Webinar||Purchase the Series (3)|
|Non-Members||$25 per person||$65 per person|
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