Occupational & Environmental wellness
We all like to feel appreciated for doing a great job. Our employee’s accomplishments are recognized through our rewards and recognition program, Paws Up! This program was designed for peers to recognize and encourage one another, and for managers to distribute awards when their employees exemplify our RITE/RICE values of respect, reverence, integrity, teamwork, compassion and excellence. We also celebrate career milestones through this program, to thank our employees for continuing to be a part of the important work that we do. To access the Paws Up! website, visit pawsup.werecognize.com.
Learning & Leadership Development Programs
The Leadership Development Programs were created by HR Learning & Leadership Development to address the professional development needs of employees throughout the Penn State Health System and the Penn State College of Medicine. Applicants must be nominated by their supervisor during the designated nomination period for the year. A cohort structure is in place to allow for experiential learning activities inside and outside the classroom. There are four separate year-long programs for various levels of leadership.
For more information on these programs and more, contact your Strategic HR Business Partner.
Foundations of Leadership
Foundations of Leadership provides proven techniques that will give you the skills to make better decisions, resolve conflicts, improve employee performance and lead change. You’ll develop your own unique leadership style through guided investigations, self-assessments and challenging problem-solving studies.
The Emerging Leaders program is offered to individual contributors who are seeking to gain leadership competencies and aspiring to higher levels of leadership. They may not currently hold management positions; however, they exhibit great potential for leadership opportunities in the near future.
The Leadership Essentials program is designed for leaders who may have not received formal leadership development training. Participants are leaders who manage individual contributors and do not have any managers/supervisors reporting to them.
The Mid-Level Leaders program is designed for leaders who manage managers or supervisors and individual contributors.
Culture of Accountability Institute
Strive for a Culture of Accountability where you can demonstrate high levels of ownership to think and act in the manner necessary to achieve organizational results. The defining characteristic of this kind of culture is that you can voluntarily assume your own accountability. This mindset leads you to continually find answers, develop solutions, overcome obstacles, and triumph over any trouble that might come along. In a Culture of Accountability, everyone holds each other (and themselves) accountable for results.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Visit https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ for more information.
For immediate needs, please call 1-800-273-8255.
Substance Abuse, Alcoholism & Addiction Recovery Resources
PENNSYLVANIA HEALTH MONITORING PROGRAM (PHMP)
PHMP for our medical professionals with licenses under the state board of medicine. The Voluntary Recovery Program provides a method by which professionals suffering from a mental or physical disorder, such as a substance use disorder can be directed to appropriate treatment and receive monitoring to ensure that they remain capable of practicing safely.
PENNSYLVANIA PEER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (PNAP)
PNAP (Pennsylvania Peer Assistance Program) is an independent, non-profit organization, approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing, dedicated to helping nurses and nursing students deal with substance use and psychological disorders.
SECUNDUM ARTEM REACHING PHARMACIST WITH HELP (SARPH)
SARPH (Secundum Artem Reaching Pharmacist with Help) is an independent, non-profit organization, approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Pharmacy, dedicated to helping pharmacists and pharmacy interns manage substance use and mental health disorders.
Find Recovery is the #1 addiction recovery resource website. Any kind of substance abuse, whether alcoholism or drug addiction, can be devastating to those who suffer as well as friends and family of the addict and alcoholic. This online resource connects individuals and families with resources for overcoming addiction, including AA Meetings, NA Meetings, Al-Anon Meetings, Treatment Facilities, and MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) providers across the country. Click here for more information.
Child Care Resources
SupportLinc Childcare Provider Listing
SupportLinc, our employee assistance program, offers resources through GreatSchools. GreatSchools is a national nonprofit organization that empowers parents to unlock educational opportunities for their children. This locator provides school information and parenting resources to help millions of families choose the right school, support learning at home, and guide their children to great futures.
For more information, go to www.supportlinc.com, and enter group code psh. In the search bar, type in “child care” and then select resources. If you would like assistance over the phone, please call 888-881-5462, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.