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Creating a Path Towards Workplace Citizenship to Strengthen Employee Retention and Engagement

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Thursday, June 9
2 – 3 pm ET


Presented by
Bruce Berlin, Founder and Chief Experience Officer, Prioriteams

The Eden Alternative Domains of Well-Being® provide a framework for helping residents improve their living experiences and well-being by overcoming the Three Plagues of Loneliness, Helplessness, and Boredom (identified through the work of Dr. Bill Thomas). This framework can also be used by leaders to help their staff overcome these same Three Plagues by improving their working experiences and well-being. Implementing these same Domains of Well-Being and creating a path towards “workplace citizenship” is the key to strengthening employee retention and engagement.


Bruce Berlin

Bruce Berlin is Founder and Chief Experience Officer at Prioriteams, a leadership training and development company specializing in equipping and encouraging leaders to create high-performance teams through customized learning experiences. Prior to this, Bruce led Life Plan Communities as an Executive Director for over 25 years after spending 10 years in the hotel industry. During that time, he developed strong employee cultures which resulted in high levels of employee engagement, resident satisfaction, and profitability. Under his leadership, Indian River Estates in Florida was one of the first Life Plan Communities in the world to receive Gold Level Montessori-Inspired Lifestyle credentialing. Bruce is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator, Certified Dementia Practitioner, and the Chair of LeadingAge Florida’s Education Committee. Bruce has spoken on leadership, organizational development and quality improvement as a keynote and educational session speaker for the last 20 years at many LeadingAge and long-term care forums.

Live viewing of this program has been approved for Continuing Education for 1.0 total participant hours by NAB/NCERS—Approval #20230608-1-A85401-DL.

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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