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External Event: Techniques for Encouraging Mindfulness in your Team

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Brough to you by AdvantAge Ontario:

The mental health and well-being of your team is a priority as long-term care homes rise to meet the challenge of COVID-19’s second wave. Building on the success of our popular mindfulness webinars, this separate series will show long-term care leaders how to model, share and integrate mindfulness techniques into their regular staff interactions, such as morning meetings or rounds. Trish Tutton, our mindfulness coach and facilitator for both series, will provide tips and tools for incorporating these practices to help team members manage their anxiety, reduce negativity and stay compassionate towards themselves and those around them during a demanding time. Whether you are participating in the longer series or not, these bite-sized, half-hour sessions will teach you:

  • Short, simple and actionable ways for exploring mindfulness with your team member
  • How and when you can model and guide this behaviour as a leader
  • The importance of being open to exploring and deepening your understanding of these methods together

For more information, visit:http://www.advantageontario.ca/AAO/Learning/Learning-COVID-19/LTC-Leaders-Techniques-for-Encouraging-Mindfulness-in-your-Team.aspx

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