1 – 2:40 pm – Rolling Out Resiliency: Quick Tools for Reigniting Yourself and Your Team!
Presenter: Lyndley O’Dell, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP, Maryland Healthcare Education Institute
Is your team burned out, stressed, running on empty? Maybe YOU are feeling these things? Now more than ever, resiliency, our ability to cope, is a critical skill to develop and use in our fast-paced, rapidly changing and uncertain environment.
Burnout is a syndrome characterized by exhaustion, cynicism and reduced effectiveness. Research shows that motivation, quality, and well-being are all negatively impacted by burnout.
The good news is that resiliency is a skill that can be developed and strengthened. 30% of our resiliency is linked to our genes, however, 70% is influenced by our environment.
In this interactive session, evidenced-based resiliency tools from the research by Dr. Bryan Sexton, Duke University, and Martin Seligman, University of Pennsylvania, will be examined. Utilization of these tools has shown a significant decrease in burnout and depression as well as fewer issues in dealing with difficult colleagues and a reported better work/life balance. Applying these tools will increase moral, focus and engagement.
2:40 – 2:50pm – Break
2:50- 4:30pm – PPP Loan Forgiveness
Presenter: Rebecca Sheppard, Senior Associate and Peter Haukebo, Senior Associate, Frost Law Associates
This course will discuss the Paycheck Protection Program in depth along with how to maximize forgiveness. We will also discuss other programs that work with PPP to maximize aid during these uncertain times. Understand the tax consequences of PPP funds.