working together TO
Reduce Staff Turnover, Improve Staff Retention, and Recharge Your Staff!
Your Work Culture is Your Solution.
Your Work Culture is Your Solution.
The stress for HR leaders can be almost unbearable in dealing with these challenges, especially in health and medical settings.
Due to labor shortages fueled by the pandemic, the financial and emotional impacts are felt throughout leadership, staff, and those you serve.
You do not have to suffer from headaches due to a revolving door of employees in and out of your organization.
Fullest Potential Consulting provides work-culture solutions to HR leaders to reduce staff turnover, improve staff retention, and recharge staff to prevent burnout in health and medical settings.
No company has the same culture. Every home health agency, home care agency, nursing home, and hospital has its unique work cultures.
Figuring out why employees are leaving your home care agency, nursing home or hospital may be puzzling.
Underlying reasons may reside far deeper than the commonly quoted reasons why staff really leave. To learn more click here.
Your work culture is unique and should be understood in that way to uncover the factors of turnover and retention.
As a business anthropologist, I can help you put the pieces together so there is fit between the elements of your particular work culture. Click here to learn more.
Let's work together to reduce staff turnover, improve staff retention, and recharge your staff to reduce burnout. To learn how to recharge your staff click here.
Fullest Potential Consulting, Inc. provides work-culture solutions from a holistic perspective that is grounded in data. This is essential to our approach.
In assessing turnover, retention, and burnout, we help our clients to create, identify, and maintain productive relationships.
Providing You With Triple Value Of My Expertise = Academic Training + Work Experiences + Caregiver Roles
I bring graduate-level preparation in cultural anthropology and business administration coupled with my work experiences as a consultant, researcher, and trainer in health and medical settings to provide human insights and solutions for clients.
I am a caregiver. I bring empathy, and I am skilled in navigating complex systems of care entities and family dynamics.
I know how to support others to achieve their goals. To learn more, click here.
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To reduce staff turnover, to improve staff retention, and to recharge staff to prevent staff burnout.
Say good-bye to those headaches.
Dr. Sabrina Nichelle Scott, MBA, Business Anthropologist