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Hear what people are saying...
“Awesome, this is my fifth boot camp and I think this was the best one yet.”
“Why spend money on those coaching calls and why are you going back to a seminar you were just at last year”
My answer was easy and from the heart “I do it for me, I do it for my employees and do it for my clients, it makes my company better in so many ways and we provide better service to our clients from what I learn and implement, my employees benefit from all the knowledge I bring back and the better manager I become and understand them better from the training I get, for myself, I learn so much, I grow so much, I get so motivated, I network with people i never would have meet other wise, and it helps with my sanity”
"I went in with an open mind expecting that based upon the agenda, day 2 was going to be the strongest of the weekend.. boy was 1 wrong. Steve and his team were chock full of creative ideas and answered many of the questions I had.adding value with each and every presentation. I will not hesitate to attend again."
“This is my third boot camp and it's an amazing experience. Every session is different, so I'm always working on different parts of my business. The marketing, self development, thinking about how to grow my business. It's a great experience; highly recommend it.”
“This is my second bootcamp. I had missed one in between, and I'm so sorry I did. I have learned so much in this one that I thought I had learned and implemented. I had learned it, but I haven't implemented. This is so valuable. I'm gonna make sure that I go to the very next one. And I think that's what really tells a lot about these boot camps, is that so many people are here for their fourth, their fifth, their sixth time. It's because they’re information packed, and it's all information that helps you grow your business.”
“Exciting, motivational, educational, and entertaining too. A lot of fun, but you walk away with so much information it's hard to decide what to start first. But really, overall it's a great experience. I would recommend it to anybody.”
“The Hurricane Boot Camp has been very awesome, very inspirational, very encouraging. I learned a lot of specific techniques that I can use in my business to network and to leverage power partners.”
“It is amazing. It was life changing, and team building, and I loved it.”
“I went in with an open mind expecting that based upon the agenda, day 2 was going to be the strongest of the weekend.. boy was I wrong. Steve and his team were chock full of creative ideas and answered many of the questions I had adding value with each and every presentation. I will not hesitate to attend again”
“This has been the best conference. I have learned so many tips and ideas to bring back and use in our marketing strategies. Thank you Steve and the whole #Hurricanebootcamp team for sharing your success with all of us. Truly a great conference. I would recommend this for anyone struggling or just looking for a new direction.”
“It was fabulous; fantastic. I've been in this business for about 13 years. This has got to have been the best training ever. It was where you took a simple concept and elaborated on it. I was sitting in my chair excited to get back to work on Monday.”
Mentoring is an old concept made new again in part because of the influx of millennial workforce in senior care. Unlike previous generations who came to home care after a lifetime of personal care experience, millennial workers come to home health with limited experience.
Caregiver mentoring which was a nice-to-have is fast becoming a necessity of senior care employers who need to bring their workforce up to speed. In this engaging presentation, Anne-Lise Gere, SPHR shares how clients have implemented a caregiver mentoring program that works. She also highlights the key components of a successful program.
It turns out mentoring is also a great recruiting tool to attract those hard-to-keep millennials caregivers!
She will discuss...
Business cases for caregiver mentoring
Who should be your mentors
Roles of all players in the program (caregiver, mentor, management)
Skills training for new mentors