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Retention: More Than a Buzzword


Date: 4/25/24

9:00 – 10:00 a.m.  Central time


Chief Medical Officer, Chief Nursing Officer, Compliance Officer, Emergency Department Personnel, Joint Commission Coordinator, Medical Records, Quality Improvement personnel, Risk Manager, Legal Counsel.


The topic of employee retention in a tight labor market has perhaps never been more important than it has been over the past two years. Since the COVID-19 pandemic shook up the global economy with every kind of disruption it could muster, the long-term impact on the labor market in the United States has seen the largest effect on the shortage of available workers in a variety of fields. When it proves challenging to find the right team members for the job, the focus shifts to the importance of retaining the strong employees you do have. Building a strong team that is productive and happy is a defining achievement for any leader. This webinar will address hiring and retention in the post-Great Resignation and “quiet quitting” eras.

Learning Objectives:

-Discuss the eight motives of people and how to utilize them to develop rapport.
-Recall the skill of artful communication to increase buy-in.
-Develop two techniques that will remove the emotional drama that kills engagement.


Dennis McIntee, a business consultant, gifted keynote speaker, and executive coach and author, travels across the world to speak at leadership summits, management training events and health care conferences, to name a few. His three-decade career has included stints in Africa, Poland, Germany, and throughout greater Europe where he coached and consulted with growing leaders. Through his experience, Dennis developed a systematic approach to helping his clients reach their goals through coaching, speaking, courses, and teaching techniques that enact transformational change. Dennis is the author of “The 8 Qualities of Drama Free Teams,” “The Power of Pursuit,” and “Drama Free Teams in Healthcare.”


This speaker has no real or perceived conflicts of interest that relate to this presentation.




Apr 25 2024


9:00 am - 10:00 am

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