Leadership & Management

  • Key Strategies to Retain New Hires and Reduce Employee Turnover

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    Workforce Person-centered leadership provides a strong basis for improving staff stability, employee satisfaction, and enhancing quality. Research has demonstrated that staff will stay in organizations where they are valued and have strong relationships with their supervisors. Person-centered leadership focuses on engaging others and listening to what is important to them. Strategies used to reduce employee turnover must incorporate a person-centered approach starting before hire at the interview, through the new hire probationary periods, and continued throughout employment.

  • What a CEO Needs to Know about the New Regulations

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    This three part series is presented by Dr. David Gifford, Senior VP of Quality & Regulatory Affairs of AHCA/NCAL. This series will break down what an owner or CEO needs to know about the new regulations. Part 1: Overview and key themes in the new regulations Part 2: Overview of the new survey process that goes into effect in November 2017 Part 3: Provides key questions you want to ask your management to make sure your organization is ready for the new regulations. REMINDER: This content is an exclusive member benefit, free to members. Please be sure to login to ahcancalED with your ahca username and password in order to receive access to this series. If you need additional assistance, please email educate@ahca.org.

  • NCAL Pop Trivia Night

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    This fun video shows assisted living residents reaction to and knowledge of current pop culture.

  • Deconstructing Corporate Compliance & Ethics for Single Facilities and Small Regional Chains

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/11/2013

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) mandates that all nursing facilities must have a compliance program by March 23, 2013. While large companies have had compliance programs for many years, smaller chains and single homes may not have yet established a formal plan. Given the fact that compliance is a concept well known and well-practiced in most nursing facilities, adoption of a "compliance program" should not be an overwhelming task. Rather, it is a matter of identifying what aspects of the program are already largely in place and which aspects need to be further developed and then designed into a program that makes sense for your organization.