“We need to talk about how we bake resilience into systems and teams. Otherwise, the onus is back on the person under stress.” – Dr. Tiffany Lindsey, EdD, LPC-MHSP
It’s not fair, nor effective, to put the burden of self-care solely on workers’ shoulders when they’re already overwhelmed and struggling to keep up with casework and their clients’ needs. Creating a workplace culture grounded in psychological safety is crucial for organizations taking on the task of supporting worker well-being. Since research shows organizational culture is a significant factor for both retention and turnover, failing to prioritize worker well-being on an organizational level can be detrimental to your agency and ultimately the clients you serve.
During this webinar, we'll hear from members of the team working in Ohio to instill a safety culture in agencies statewide - Dr. Tiffany Lindsey, Assistant Professor at University of Kentucky; Mike Kenney, Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Public Children Services Association of Ohio; and Chip Spinning, Executive Director at Franklin County Children Services.
Attendees will leave this webinar with practical tools to assess their agency's culture, strategies to foster psychological safety culture, and best practices to help with retention and turnover within your organization.
Dr. Tiffany Lindsey, EdD, LPC-MHSP, Assistant Professor and Safe Systems Practitioner, University of Kentucky
Mike Kenney, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Public Children Services Association of Ohio
Chip Spinning, Executive Director, Franklin County Children Services
Moderator: Laura Haffield, Director of Market Advocacy, Northwoods
Moderator: Adrian Saldana, OE Consultant, APHSA