Understanding Emotion - Online Course
By understanding the science behind feeling the way we do, nurses can better embrace high-stress situations and become authors of their emotions—writing their own script for emotional well-being.
Nurses are torn. Ethical dilemmas meet them at every corner—a lack of PPE, determining which patients receive ventilators, no family at the bedside for dying patients. This list could go on and on. We can't ignore the psychological impact this is having on nurses, leading to grief, anxiety, and other mental health conditions. By understanding the science behind feeling the way we do, nurses can better embrace high-stress situations and become authors of their emotions—writing their own script for emotional well-being.
- 75% of learners will identify at least one change or improvement within their professional/personal development based on the informaiton learned during the microlearning session topic.
- Microlearning presentation — The New Science of Emotional Well-Being
- PDF — 30-Day Guide to Emotional Well-Being
Jack Ricchiuto, MA, is the co-founder and partner with the Cleveland-based firm Thrive At Work. With an undergraduate degree from John Carroll University and graduate degree from Goddard College, both in psychology, his career began in the late 1970s as a community health therapist trained in American, European, and Japanese methodologies. In the early 1980s, he pivoted to training and coaching with organizations across 24 industries as well as teaching undergraduate, graduate, and post-doc courses in psychology, management, and entrepreneurship.
Jack's teaching portfolio includes storytelling at Harvard Kennedy School, research branding at UC Berkeley, executive leadership at Kent State University, and currently entrepreneurship and innovation at the Boler School of Business at John Carroll University. He is the author of 25 books and sustains a blog launched in August 2002.