The epidemic levels of burnout in healthcare have led to a need for ways to recover well-being. Dina’s programs and coaching, both individual and group, have positive implications for all who participate. Presentations and accompanying coaching positively impact all levels of staff – nurses, physicians and administrators. Group programs focus on renewing enthusiasm for professionals.
Though the causes of burnout vary, coaching and enhancing positivity help people recover and revitalize.
- Go from Holiday Madness to New Year’s Positivity
- Transform your daily experience by using your strengths every day
- Develop a personalized plan you can implement so you can live Your Life of Well-Being.
4 individual phone coaching sessions
Start your New Year with awareness and strategies to support you in 4 vital areas of your life
- What and how you Take-in – this goes well beyond food
- Where and how you Put forth your energy
- Ways to for you to increasingly Relate positively to others
- Practices so you can Be Present in your life
6 individual phone coaching sessions
Individual and Group Coaching focuses on renewing your vitality and enthusiasm, connecting you to your sense of purpose and values, and recognizing your impact. Coaching offers you supported opportunities to experiment with ways to recover, re-balance and re-engage so you can live with joy and make the difference you desire to.
Acknowledging where you are is the starting point. You’ll have an opportunity to decide what your optimal life looks like, one that is consistent with what’s important to you and the reality of your situation. Along with this vision you’ll develop and revise strategies for how you’ll get from here to there. Many people have good ideas and intentions but somehow never get around to fully implementing them, life seems to get in the way. Change takes commitment and time. Working with Dina your commitment to yourself will be reinforced, your courage will grow, you will have personal support and be held accountable.
Sign up for a free consultation to start your journey to your revitalized life or to discuss how Dina can help your organization.
Interactive Group Programs
The following interactive programs provide opportunities for experimenting with what is helpful to decrease stress, build resilience and recover personal joy. As people increase their own well-being they also perform better at work.
- Interactive Presentations for Groups
- One-on-One Coaching
- Group Coaching
Through these programs,
- People increase their capacity intellectually, physically, emotionally and socially; this decreases the exhaustion associated with burnout.
- They become more creative problem solvers and increase resilience.
- Morale improves. Clients become more aware of their unique contribution, and come to appreciate the contributions of others as well. Turnover of staff decreases and there is an upward spiral.
Below is a list of sample group programs.
Vital Signs of Well-Being™: 50 minutes presentation or 6 session series
Vital Signs of Well-Being™ is a program for prevention of and recovery from burnout. It is based on research in positive psychology, which looks at what works, my experience working with and coaching others, as well as my own experiences moving toward well-being.
Oasis in the Overwhelm: 60-second strategies for balance in a busy world
These are four simple strategies for developing mindfulness and reducing the stress response. They are practical, take only sixty seconds, and are designed to help busy people be more effective and happier at work, at home and wherever you go. The techniques are easily learned and the basics can be taught within an hour. The benefits of each technique are proven and documented in research.
Research in mindfulness has shown that mindfulness interventions promote job satisfaction and help prevent burnout in terms of emotional exhaustion for those who work in jobs which require a lot of emotional labor. Furthermore, there are positive relationships between work-related mindfulness and task performance and organizational citizenship behavior, respectively, within surveys of working adults.
Dina’s master’s thesis was on the effect of relaxation on blood pressure. Oasistm strategies provide and updated, fast acting way to tap into the power of relaxation and mindfulness especially as it can be achieved through conscious diaphragmatic breathing. Dina is a Certified Master Oasis Trainer.
Contact Dina to learn more about how this program can benefit your organization.
Grenough, Millie, Oasis In the Overwhelm: 60-second strategies for balance in a busy world, copyright 2012; Dina studied with Millie
This is a program which asks people to recall a time when they were at their best and also to think about people they admire. Through sharing stories about themselves and the person they admire, individuals connect with what is important to them and their own strengths. A list of valued characteristics representing the person’s Best Self is generated. This list can be used in a variety of ways to inspire the person to be their best. Here are a few ideas, it can provide focus on a few areas to develop, help define priorities, and be used to evaluate best fit at work and beyond.
Calling forth these strengths and values at work and home enhances daily satisfaction, increases success in areas of life that matter to the individual and help the person to compensate for weaknesses. Leading from one’s best self promotes a greater chance of success in all areas of life.
Tapping into the strengths and values of each other enhances engagement and promotes a supportive culture in which people can bring their best selves.
Each of us has many aspects within us. The Inner Captain program allows individuals to identify internal voices and perspectives, and choose the one which is wise, compassionate and courageous. Connecting with this part of one’s self promotes the use of best judgment and collaboration.
Inner Captains are unique to each individual. When each person on a team is using their inner captain, wise cooperative work toward a common goal can be achieved.
This presentation is simple and concise. You took a complex concept and presented it in a way that anyone can relate to and understand.
I felt happy to attend and looking forward to applying some of the methods tonight in my personal/work life. Thank you.