You can’t afford to lose one more nurse to burnout.
There is a crisis in Nursing. You know the statistics as well as we do: 20% turnover rates, 32% of new hires don’t make it to their first year anniversary, and 76% of healthcare providers report exhaustion and burnout.
The whole key to preventing burnout is resiliency.
Maureen Swick, PhD, MSN,RN, NEA-BC
Enterprise Nurse Executive
How Diane Delivers Value
Joy at work increased 10.6%
Resilience increased 13.6%
Stress decreased 19.8%
What Clients Say
I have worked with Diane on multiple projects, most recently through a nurse manager and director leadership retreat focused on Resilience and Self-Leadership. Her calming, yet professional nature assists teams to feel comfortable and her leadership style supports team engagement. I highly recommend Diane to bring joy to your leadership team and purpose back to your work.
Courtnay Caufield, DNP, RN, CENP, RN-BC, NE-BC
Chief Nursing Executive
Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center
Diane provided a fabulous opening keynote address for our annual LeadingAge Iowa conference that exceeded our expectations. "Wonderful interactive speaker, enjoyed the side stories." "What a great way to start the conference”. "In a time when we are all feeling overwhelmed and exhausted and wondering how we can keep going, Diane taught us how!" Diane took great care in providing a meaningful program that would resonate with our providers in a year that is stretching them beyond their limits.
Director of Professional Development
Diane far exceeded our expectations! I have never before witnessed a more enthusiastic, engaged audience at 7:30am than the one that thoroughly enjoyed Diane’s interactive presentation. They left with smiles and heads full of self-care options. The momentum from this conference was so powerful that our senior leadership is including a hospital-wide resilience program in our objectives for next year.
Timothy Madison, PhD, BCC
Director, Spiritual Care & Values Integration
Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital
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There is an inverse relationship between resilience and burnout. The higher your resilience, the lower your burnout.