Pinnacle Webinar Series – The Importance of Staying Connected While Practicing Physical Distancing: A Key Resilience Competency

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Pinnacle Webinar Series – The Importance of Staying Connected While Practicing Physical Distancing: A Key Resilience Competency

Collaboration and relationships are a key component of resilience. The physical distancing required to slow the spread of COVID-19 and flatten the curve has moved us towards creative ways to be connected, from Zoom hugs to virtual happy hours. During this interactive session, FirstWatch Improvement Guide, Mike Taigman discusses the science behind the importance of relationships and ways to keep this aspect of our world alive without sharing the virus.

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PowerPoint of the slides  Note: This slide deck is a very large file, so this PowerPoint may have been downsized to view On Screen. If you need a higher resolution version, please contact Mike Taigman at: mtaigman@firstwatch.net

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Webinar Date: April 21, 2020 | Recording Available

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