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March 15, 2012

The latest news from the PHI Coaching & Consulting Services team:

Long-Term Living Blog Calls for New Staff-Education Approaches

In her monthly Long-Term Living blog, PHI Director of Coaching & Consulting Services (CCS) Susan Misiorski explains in Practicing Learner-Centered Training that efforts to change the culture of nursing homes to a more person-centered environment require new approaches to staff education.

Misiorski offers an exercise on self-determination — a fundamental principle of culture change — to demonstrate how to better engage staff in the learning process.

March Newsletter Highlights Partners in Care

The March issue of the PHI Coaching and Consulting Services newsletter features the highlights of an employer case study on Partners in Care (PIC), the largest licensed home care agency in the country.

The article explains how PIC set about transforming its culture using the PHI Coaching ApproachSM and the quantifiable benefits for supervisory staff and home health aides.

The issue also includes a post on the Senate Briefing: Rethinking the Role of Home Care Workers in Care Coordination, as well as information on upcoming conferences.

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New Name, New Look

PHI has recently completed a project to refine and strengthen the way it presents its consulting services to the eldercare and disability services community. The formerly PHI Training & Organizational Development team now has a new name, tag line, and website:

PHI Coaching & Consulting Services
Building Skills. Strengthening Teams. Managing Change.

— by Deane Beebe

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