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What Can We Learn from Crisis? Leadership, Post-Traumatic Growth and COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
22:31
Welcome to today’s webinar, What Can We Learn from Crisis? Leadership, Post-Traumatic Growth and COVID-19. Closed captioning is available for today’s event. You can turn on captions via Zoom, or view the captions in a separate window here: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=WhatCanWeLearnfromCrisis
hiba
35:27
turn off email notifications
Kerri Pulley
35:29
-Permission to let other supervisors handle requests so I can focus on this
Nicole Gamache-Kocol
35:33
Putting the phone away
Stephanie Neitzel
35:44
put my phone in the next room and lock my door
Sharon Evans
35:44
stop doing other things at the same time
Nicole Skinner
35:51
permissiong to take time for self care
Sarah Zamora
35:56
permission to relax and engage
Kathleen Kmen
35:58
I give myself permission to stand and to stretch.
Sara Love
36:01
Making and eating a healthy lunch to nourish my body while nursing my mind with this webinar.
Drew Factor
36:10
Listening to my body and mind and see what I need
Dukesha White-chaney
36:41
Permission to do one thing at a time.
hiba
36:45
permission to heal aim response to breonna Taylor ruling
Massiel Williams
37:11
time and not multi tasking
National Council for Behavioral Health 2
37:47
Thank you all for sharing your permissions. We appreciate your sharing out.
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
39:01
The recording and slides will be made available on the National Council and ASTHO’s websites by early next week.
George Mageles
39:55
Increased self-awareness and self care to be present in interaction with others
Kerri Pulley
39:57
helping make my employees feel safe in the environment
Vigny Fong
40:01
Virtual training new staff
RAKISHA KEARNS-WHITE
40:06
Adapting to change,
Drew Factor
40:06
By being centered, I can help others around me to be more centered
Teka Johnson
40:09
I've entered into a new leadership role during a pandemic and maintained a level of presence while offering an agency wide safe space for self-care and mindfulness.
Nicole Gamache-Kocol
40:21
Being authentic and allowing people to take care of themselves
Gretchen Seibert
40:46
Remembering we all need to be flexible and sometimes we need to support each other. We don't know what others are carrying.
Nicole Gamache-Kocol
40:48
Acknowledging that pandemic, fires, social injustice, are impacting us and our clients
Dukesha White-chaney
40:52
Better understanding work/life balance. Especially w/ employees w/ school aged kids.
George Mageles
41:15
Mindset on what I can control and what I cannot
Emma Lange
41:16
Get work area fully set up sooner!
Drew Factor
41:20
Be more compassionate towards others in their struggles
Nicole Gamache-Kocol
41:22
Let go of perfectionism
Kerri Pulley
41:25
setting and maintaining expectations more clearly
Teka Johnson
41:29
If I could alter anything, it would be how I balanced clinical and administrative supervisory duties while practicing grace with my own expectations of myself during this period.
Susanna Marshland
41:33
Better convey compassion to all staff for all we/they are up against
Emma Lange
41:39
taking mindful breaks for lunch and ending workday on time
Bethany Dillon (she/her)
41:43
limit news/media/social media
Dukesha White-chaney
42:04
Wouldn't have internalized so much stress and would've been more solution-focused & pro-active.
Dana Isabella
42:07
stay motivated
Kerri Pulley
42:31
try to please everyone during the transition
Michelle Davis
42:36
Less focus on my job.
Dana Isabella
42:38
complain
Teka Johnson
42:39
I wouldn't take the decisions of others personally.
Stephanie Neitzel
42:39
I wouldn't focus on the news and twitter so much, doom-scrolling
Drew Factor
42:45
I wouldn't be so self critical
Nicole Gamache-Kocol
42:48
Less doom scrolling
Taunya Jarzyniecki
42:53
I wouldn't take things so personally when my staff is upset
RAKISHA KEARNS-WHITE
42:59
spend less time doom scrolling, engaging with people who are toxic
Stephanie Rodriguez
43:01
wouldn't do so much without asking for help
Susanna Marshland
43:16
panic
Rachel Nyhart
43:20
Feel guilty for being able to keep my job while coworkers weren't able to.
Teka Johnson
43:53
I would offer myself and my colleagues more grace. Set better boundaries.
Gretchen Seibert
43:56
Worry less. It doesn't change anything. ACtion does.
Emma Lange
43:59
Sleep more
Antonio Martinez
44:02
Love more
Kerri Pulley
44:04
not be so self-disparaging
George Mageles
44:17
More physical exercise and self compassion
Nicole Gamache-Kocol
44:18
Be as kind to myself as I try to be to others
Sara Love
44:20
I would be more courageous and vulnerable.
Katie Williams
44:20
be present for others
RAKISHA KEARNS-WHITE
44:21
I would call people on the phone more, I would have taken more walks, read more
Stephanie Rodriguez
44:26
I would self-advocate more; not feel guilty about taking time less; spend less time with people who are emotionally draining
Michelle Davis
44:27
Spend less time working
Susanna Marshland
44:28
Name the uncertainty AND support staff with living in uncertainty
Katie Williams
44:32
more time for others.
RAKISHA KEARNS-WHITE
44:48
less shame about feeling stressed
Ana Diaz
45:28
Less stressed and more happy
Andre Barco
45:29
self awareness.
Ashley Wallis
45:34
Helping others.
Katie Williams
45:37
"me time"
Susanna Marshland
45:37
exercising instead of commuting
Dukesha White-chaney
45:37
Practicing gratefulness
Casey Lyons
45:38
taking a real lunch break with a walk and a meal
Kerri Pulley
45:39
trying to improve how I serve my team and my own growth
Sara Love
45:41
Gratitude
Antonio Martinez
45:45
Engaging with people all over the world
Michelle Davis
45:45
Focusing on me.
Stephanie Neitzel
45:48
Building strong relationships with colleagues
Emma Lange
45:59
focusing on how I feel
Dana Isabella
45:59
working
Stephanie Rodriguez
46:03
being confident
Katrina Drew
46:15
Yoga
Dukesha White-chaney
46:21
Gratitude, Confidence, Peace
Ana Diaz
46:24
Grateful
Nicole Gamache-Kocol
46:41
Making space for authentic check-ins and time for people to be real about how life is impacting their work and well being
RAKISHA KEARNS-WHITE
46:58
A year from now, I still want to be doing....spending more quality time with my daughters and doing virtual outreach
Elizabeth Guroff
51:28
You can add closed captioning if helpful
Kimberly Hall
53:54
The speaker sounds like he is under water...
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
58:03
For more on trauma-informed systems change, click here: https://www.acesconnection.com/blog/community-advocates-and-bay-area-county-health-agencies-work-together-on-trauma-informed-systems-change
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
59:50
View the National Council’s Framework for Trauma-Informed Leadership here: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/What_is_TIRO_Leadership.pdf?daf=375ateTbd56
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
01:02:00
View the CDC’s infographic on 6 guiding principles to a trauma-informed approach here: https://www.cdc.gov/cpr/infographics/6_principles_trauma_info.htm
Lynn Hennighausen
01:07:05
Black Box Thinking by Mathew Syed is awesome--Mathew Syed has issued a stirring call to redefine failure. Failure shouldn’t be shameful and stigmatizing, he explains. Instead, he shows that failure can be exciting and enlightening — an essential ingredient in any recipe for success. Full of well-crafted stories and keenly deployed scientific insights, Black Box Thinking will forever change the way you think about screwing up."—DANIEL PINK, author of Drive and To Sell Is Human
Antonio Martinez
01:08:34
Is there a link to the Staff Culture information?
Sharon Evans
01:08:51
I am having trouble reading the screen shots. Will they be available afterwards?
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
01:09:19
The link to the toolkit Liza referenced is in the slide deck, which will be shared after the webinar. The recording and slides will be archived on the National Council's website by early next week.
Sharon Evans
01:10:29
Thank you
Joe Parks
01:11:02
Glad you liked it - Try reading poems or fairy stries out loud to family in the evening instead of TV/NetFlix
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
01:17:22
Yes, the slides and recording will be publicly archived so you can share with your leadership, colleagues, and anyone else who may benefit!
Erin Klingenberg
01:21:05
can you go back to 2 slides previous
Vanessa Albo
01:21:25
Thank you!
Armida Molina
01:21:30
Thank you!
Ana Diaz
01:21:30
Thank you!
Kerri Pulley
01:21:33
Thank you!
Rachel Nyhart
01:21:34
Thank you!!
Antonio Martinez
01:21:37
Thank you both very much :)
Sara Love
01:21:43
Thank you!
Andrew Plisner
01:21:43
thank you for a great presentation
Annie Gile
01:21:43
THANK you all!
Dana Isabella
01:21:51
thank you!
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
01:21:52
Register for our next webinar, Systemic Racism, Health Disparities, and COVID-19: Leading through Complex Trauma with Resilience and Hope on Oct 8 at 3pm ET: https://thenationalcouncil-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_31gnhlnSQEyb8b9XlvTbFg
Beckie Mathews
01:21:53
Thanks everyone! Very informative!
Ruth Pemberton
01:21:56
could you show the journal page again?
Kathleen Kmen
01:21:59
I appreciate all of your hard work-thank you.