The Pursuit of Happinurse! The Positive-Culture Workplace


Where are you now? 
SANE will identify by interview your thoughts on morale in your workplace. By following up with questions to the remaining team members, SANE can build a picture of how content team members are and examine how this is affecting your bottom line. 

Where do you want to be? 
Further interviews and exercises with you will reveal your vision for the positive culture of your workplace. This will drive the next stage – SANE will visit your practice to work through a positive-culture exercise with your team. The Employee-Customer-Profit Chain at Sears, Harvard Business Review 1998 shows unequivocally that happy team members improve profit. SANE will work with you to formulate your “happy team” goal. 

How are you going to get there? 
Happiteams have more fun! 

Wouldn’t it be great to arrive at work one morning to be greeted by happy, relaxed, smiling team-mates? What if they were keen and excited to start the day’s procedures and surgeries? Imagine if they were cheerful, caring and determined to have a little fun. Well, this could be your practice and you are the one to make it happen! 

During this seminar, SANE will show how each of us can make a vital contribution towards a positive-culture workplace. By employing some simple tactics, your practice can become a place where people are eager to come to work - and have a great time whilst they’re there! We’ll learn why positive-culture workplaces generate more income for the business and contribute to good health. For the greatest practice benefit, all team members should attend. 

The focus will always be geared towards profit and growth. By showing your team how their attitude to work affects their personal well-being, SANE will pull highlight that a sense of purpose and dedication are vital to the success of the business. We have a stack of material for you to use to keep your colleagues upbeat – which translates to “productive”.

We’ll keep in touch with you to ensure that you stay on track and succeed in conducting remarkable interviews.