This is the time for exemplary leaders to shine
Step up, be brave, and lead with compassion. Your residents are scared, their families are scared, and your staff is scared. Hell, you are scared. In the middle of the disinfecting, the sanitizing, and the preparation, with phones no doubt ringing off the hook and supplies dwindling,
One orders a Tito’s and soda, one orders a Diet Coke, one orders a Cabernet, one orders a Miller Light, one orders a Corona, no lime. The conversation flows. There is always a lot to catch up on.
“What do you guys think about culture? It’s become a real buzzword in other industries,” Tito’s asks the group.
By igniting hope, we drive purpose and passion into aging services.
That is our mission at Drive. It’s at the end of every blog, if you are super astute and have noticed. These words are sacred to our small organization. Purpose. Passion. Hope.
Purpose and Passion
Purpose and passion have untold benefits to the seniors of the world.
The power in just two little words.
A troubling incident at a senior living community made national news recently. Not so surprising, it happens way more than any of us cares to admit. The daughter of the alleged victim, a resident living with dementia, was interviewed and something she said stuck with us.
In our last blog we talked about burnout and how, unfortunately, burnout and senior living go together like cold weather and the flu.
Really, burnout is nothing new. It’s just another symptom of a sickly culture. Skeleton crew team members have to work themselves to the bone to make up for the vacancies left behind by a gaping turnover.