Our final webinar as part of the Workforce Priorities series introduced participants to a Mission Alignment Human Resources Toolkit, a set of resources designed in a collaboration between ICL and researchers from the University of Kansas.
As part of the Workforce Priorities webinar series, this webinar discussed some of the ways organizations/managers can spark people's passion for their jobs and help maximize their commitment to our agency and reduce staff turnover.
As part of our Workforce Priorities webinar series, this webinar reviewed approaches to performance management in the following areas: coaching, corrective action and appraising performance, accountability, and engagement. Tips for managing high, middle, and low performers were also discussed.
In this pre-recorded webinar, viewers will receive a brief overview of the toolkit being released as part of the Workforce Priorities webinar series, along with a more detailed introduction to a packet of recommended questions that can be used when interviewing candidates to get a more in-depth understanding and skills about recovery-oriented, trauma-informed, whole health approaches to supporting pe
As part of the Workforce Priorities webinar series, this webinar discused how to attract and identify top talent for your agency. Topics included branding and interviewing skills and questions, including behavioral interviewing.
As part of the Workforce Priorities webinar series, this webinar served as an introduction to the 6-part webinar series entitled: "Workforce Priorities: how to attract, hire, and retain the right people for today’s behavioral health world".
Documentation is one of the most important components of delivering behavioral health services. All behavioral health providers are required to meet regulatory standards of practice that include appropriate documentation.
Documentation Done Right is a set of workbooks designed to share best practices in documentation and provide users with exercises that provide an opportunity to practice these skills. Each stand-alone Documentation Done Right workbook targets a specific skill area. Choose the workbook that addresses the topic where you need practice.
In this follow-up to Harm Reduction 101 and 102, this Q&A session will focus exclusively on answering YOUR questions about how to apply harm reduction principles in your work. Join the webinar with your curiosity and ask questions about what to say and do to meet clients where they are at, stay person-centered, show you prioritize safety over abstinence, and more!
Harm reduction is a set of strategies designed to lessen the negative social and/or physical consequences associated with high risk behaviors. A harm reduction philosophy embraces a range of approaches, from abstinence to safe use. The philosophy is most known for program models that address risky substance use (such as syringe exchange, Naloxone distribution, and opioid treatment programs), but can also be applied to other high-risk behaviors.