Chapter Dinner Meeting - Topic: True GRIT - Can we make resilience a pandemic? Speaker: Kristine Powell
Talent Triangle Alignment
With 32 years in emergency nursing practice and leadership, Kristine Powell can speak to the rigors and challenges of a high stress setting and the toll it can place on nurses and other healthcare providers. A lifetime in emergency care and a recent pandemic provide a backdrop for this speaker to discuss neuroscience-based best practices in developing resilience in self and in a team. A simple framework in the form of GRIT Tips will illustrate a proactive approach to enhance resilience and add joy to work as well as life for workers and leaders in a high stress environment.
About Our Speaker
Kristine Powell, MSN RN CEN NEA-BC FAEN, has more than 32 years of emergency nursing experience and is the Director of Emergency Services for Baylor Scott & White Health – North Texas Division, based in Dallas, Texas. She is Board Certified in emergency nursing (CEN) and as a Nurse Executive-Advanced (NEA-BC) and was inducted as a Fellow in the Academy of Emergency Nursing (FAEN) in 2015. Kristine is a lifetime member of the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) and serves on local, state, and national committees. She been a guest speaker at many local, state, and national conferences and has several publications in emergency care journals and books.
Grilled chicken breast w/a light cream sauce of sun dried tomatoes and herbs served over penne pasta
Fired roasted vegetables
Country style green beans
New York cheesecake
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