Empowering Staff: The how-to of self-scheduling, consistent assignment & team leadership
NOV 1, 2012 at 1:00-4:00pm
Join us as Glyndon Ruth Kimbrough and her team share their successful strategies on staff self-scheduling, where direct-caregivers develop their own schedules and independently handle the tasks of scheduling, trading shifts/days, and covering for one another; and consistent assignment, which allows staff to develop ongoing relationships with the residents. You will also learn how this workforce redesign develops the leadership skills of direct care staff and empowers them to truly impact the daily life experience of those they serve.
- Discover how to implement self-scheduling and consistent assignment from those who have successfully adopted the practices
- Realize the benefits of these practices for your residents and staff, and for your bottom line
- Discuss the barriers to successful implementation, as well as solutions to those challenges
- Examine how self-scheduling and consistent assignment develop the leadership skills of your direct care staff
Glyndon Ruth Kimbrough became a Licensed Nursing Facility Administrator in 1991 after 10 years in practice management and hospital administration. She has become known for her innovative work in culture change and facility turnarounds. In 1991 Glyndon Ruth began teaching longterm care administration and has taught and led leadership and management communications workshops in both Texas and Oregon. In 1995 Glyndon Ruth became an EDEN Alternative Associate and became involved with the Pioneer Network. Ten years later she received her MBA in Healthcare Administration and was honored as the Texas Administrator of the Year. Her life- long dream is to change the way we care for our elders. Glyndon Ruth is currently the Executive Director of Miramont Pointe, a senior living community, and serves on the Education Committee of MOVE
Monarch Hotel & Conference Center
12566 S.E. 93rd Ave.
Clackamas, OR 97015
(up to 5 attendees per organization)
Who should attend
Aging services advocates and all staff in nursing facilities, assisted living and residential care communities who are committed to the principles of person-centered care, including but not limited to: Administrators, directors of nursing, nurses, staff supervisors and direct caregivers.