Improv as a Tool for Culture Change: Building a Culture of Compassion and Wellbeing
October 12 | 10:00-11:00 AM
Learn strategies for shifting the "rules of engagement" in your organization to promote compassion and wellbeing. This is a highly interactive presentation based on improvisational exercises. Each exercise simulates challenges and scenarios in real life and the debriefing illustrates how we can translate these skills to professional "scenes". This workshop is fun and entertaining while emphasizing very powerful skill sets.
- Improve communication and listening skills to enhance effective communication and inter-disciplinary strategy.
- Practice exercises to improve mental flexibility and increase ability to think quickly in high stakes situations.
- Experience strategies for effectively working with team members to accomplish effective performance.
Dr. Nicole Eull is a health psychologist and the VP of Therapy Services for Advocate Aurora Behavioral Health Services. She previously served as the Director of Wellbeing for Academic Affairs at Advocate Aurora Health. She is a passionate advocate for the health and wellbeing of medical professionals and provides humorous and engaging trainings on burnout prevention, conflict resolution, compassionate communication and medical improv. She is the author of “Well to Do: A Guide to Take Charge, Set Goals and Improve Your Health” and the founder of MySkillRx.com where she encourages physicians to “Give a Skill, Not a Pill”.
Speaker: Dr. Nicole Eull, Health Psychologist and VP of Therapy Services for Advocate Aurora Behavioral Health Services
We bravely act together:
We are courageous in our work to widen the scope of wellbeing and to transform Wisconsin’s workforce. We strive to see through all lenses and to be driven by empathy and compassion. We seek diverse perspectives and ideas and we make space that is welcoming for all. If we have to call on our bravery, we’re doing something right.