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The need for solutions to social isolation and loneliness has never been greater. An organization that values social connectedness, inclusion and a growth mindset will allow their community and staff to thrive in skills of emotional intelligence, empathy, connectedness, team cohesiveness and resiliency. Developing communities and teams that are cognizant of such solutions nurture a social construct of personal empowerment.

If you missed this learning opportunity, please take a few minutes to listen to better understand the value of human connection and the practical steps to accomplish it in our healthcare community and workplace.

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Jeremy HollowaySpeaker: Jeremy Holloway, PhD

Holloway is an Assistant Professor and Director of Geriatric Education at the University of North Dakota. The focus of his research is concentrated on the social determinants of health, specifically self-efficacy, connectedness, and resiliency of older adults.