Hang on to Your Stars – Senior Living Community Bundle

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Hang on to Your Stars | Volume I

The First 90 Days: A Step-By-Step Employee Engagement Solution For The Senior Living Community

Doreen A. Lang’s book, Hang on to Your Stars: The First 90-Days Step-By-Step Employee Engagement Solution for the Senior Living Community answers the critical retention questions facing the senior living industry today and will save you a fortune in recruiting and hiring costs.

Hang on to Your Stars | Volume II

Putting Differences to Work: Secrets from a Multi-Generational Workforce.

For the first time in history there are five generations working under the same roof. Never before have we had such an age-diverse workforce, and for many organizations it’s creating a difficult and challenging workplace.

When it comes to embracing diversity, the focus has typically been on race, ethnicity, and gender, but we have neglected to address age. Age is a significant factor as it relates to communication, skills, abilities, and the gap in technology expertise.

Learning about and applying all these differences to foster a culture of inclusion will allow the representation of views and talents to be utilized and valued—resulting in a highly engaged and fruitful workforce.

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The First 90 Days: A Step-By-Step Employee Engagement Solution For The Senior Living Community

Hang on to Your Stars | Volume I

The senior living industry has a serious employee engagement problem

40% of new employees leave within the first 90 days

Less than 15% of employees are engaged worldwide

More than 50% of employees are looking to leave their current jobs

More than 75% of employees would work more hours for a more
empathetic employer

Doreen A. Lang’s book, Hang on to Your Stars: The First 90-Days: A Step-By-Step Employee Engagement Solution for the Senior Living Community, answers the critical retention questions facing the senior living industry today and will save you a fortune in recruiting and hiring costs.

Lang explains why the senior care industry has an engagement problem; introduces you to the next emerging leaders, the Millennials; identifies the leadership traits necessary to lead; and takes you through steps on how to engage your new employees—before they even walk through the door. Through personal anecdotes, large data, and unique engagement games, you will learn to become the kind of leader who will make employees think twice before leaving.

For over two decades Lang has worked with hundreds of employees, run engagement workshops, and managed senior living communities. Working in the industry, she sees first-hand the retention challenges facing the senior care industry today. In Hang on to Your Stars, she shares the steps that she has followed to successfully engage and retain her own staff. Lang received the Excellence in Teaching award from UMASS Boston School of Education, and is a former faculty member of Bay State College and Bentley University. She has consulted for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston City Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital, Tufts Medical Center, Jewish Vocational Services, Bunker Hill Community College, and Boston Health Care Consortium. She has run workshops for Mayor Menino’s health care initiative and written for Mass High Tech Magazine, The Boston Globe, and many other publications. Doreen currently manages a senior living community in Massachusetts.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Hang On To Your Stars LLC
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5

Putting Differences to Work: Secrets from a Multi-Generational Workforce.
Hang on to Your Stars | Volume II

For the first time in history there are five generations working under the same roof. Never before have we had such an age-diverse workforce, and for many organizations it’s creating a difficult and challenging workplace.

When it comes to embracing diversity, the focus has typically been on race, ethnicity, and gender, but we have neglected to address age. Age is a significant factor as it relates to communication, skills, abilities, and the gap in technology expertise.

Learning about and applying all these differences to foster a culture of inclusion will allow the representation of views and talents to be utilized and valued—resulting in a highly engaged and fruitful workforce.

There are thousands of books written about why it’s important to onboard employees, how to motivate people and how to be a great boss. However, they are written by people who think they know what makes employees tick.

This book is different.

If you really want to know what your employees are thinking, ask them. We did just that.

We interviewed 25 working people from all five of the generations with questions such as:

  • What about your job gets you up in the morning?
  • What about your current work motivates you?
  • Can you describe or tell me a story about the best boss you ever had?

Their responses were honest, interesting, and unedited. If you want to create an inclusive culture of productive and engaged employees, this information is priceless.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 241 pages
  • Publisher: Hang On To Your Stars LLC
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5