Proven Practices for Recruitment & Retention – Retention Strategy Short Course
A chronic challenge for residential service providers, ineffective recruitment and retention can have an out-sized impact on community organizations and the quality of care. But there are steps you can take, right now, to break the vicious cycle of turnover—a particularly pressing issue in today’s challenging market environment.
An Eight (8) –Session, Interactive Virtual Workshop Series
Take part in a learning cohort exploring the most important factors impacting turnover (money isn’t everything!) and tackling common challenges (high turnover in the first year… or in the first month?).
Interactive sessions will have participants learning hands-on, exploring evidence-based concepts, strategies and processes while actively contextualizing these concepts and strategies for their organizations. Dynamically, participants will learn and experiment with and from each other, via pragmatic activities and discussions addressing common challenges and strategies.
Any one of our sessions will be a comprehensive learning experience, but the whole program is also a complete three-month, eight-session short course. Participants who attend at least six of our eight sessions will be recognized and receive a certificate of completion!
Led & Facilitated by the Proven Quality Practices Team
Proven Quality Practices was established to help close the science to practice gap in health and human services – not by prescribing rote solutions, but by supporting the service organizations actually doing the work in our communities. Offering high-quality, impactful education like this series directly leaders of community organizations is core to our mission.
The PQP team has a significant depth and breadth of experience in furthering mission-focused work via holistic non-profit management, implementation science and facilitation, and quality-focused accreditation in the fields of healthcare and human services. We have developed significant subject matter expertise on quality-focused research in these fields, and we offer a broad, synthesizing perspective on common issues facing service organizations and providers.
August 10 – 3pm CST
The Evidence – Effective Recruitment for Better Retention
August 24 – 3pm CST
What Works? Lessons from Implementation Science & the Field
September 14 – 3pm CST
Managing Change – Putting Better Processes to Work
September 28 – 3pm CST
The Role of Competence – Retention as an Outcome of Work Done Well
October 12 – 3pm CST
Effective Support – Training & Coaching for Outcomes & Retention
October 26 – 3pm CST
Adaptive Challenges & Sustainability – Decision Support & Feedback
November 9 – 3pm CST
Implementation Drivers – A Framework for Sustainable Change
November 23 – 3pm CST
Putting it all Together – Making Better Retention Happen