An Introduction to GRACE

Gobel Group

What if your philanthropy department could have an impact on improving patient satisfaction and employee engagement scores while also improving philanthropy results?

Watch this free webinar, recorded on June 20, 2018, to learn about how Gobel’s new groundbreaking program GRACE, which teaches GRAtitude, Compassion, and Empathy to healthcare professionals, is doing just that.

The GRACE program was created on evidence-based research to help clinical and administrative staff strengthen patient interaction, build greater compassion and empathy, and recognize how patients and families express gratitude. This approach teaches clinicians how to be more compassionate and empathetic which then enables them to deliver more compassionate care causing patients to feel more gratitude and be more motivated to express that gratitude. All of which results in more philanthropic results being achieved.

David Victorson, Ph.D. will lead this webinar accompanied by Shannon Tower, Principal Consultant at Gobel Group. Dr. Victorson is a licensed psychologist and Associate Professor of Medical Social Sciences in the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University where he directs the Consciousness in Health Research Lab. He is also the Director of Integrative Oncology at the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Survivorship Institute, and founder and director of a young adult cancer support nonprofit called True North Treks.

This groundbreaking program has been developed between Gobel Group and world-leading academicians David Victorson, Ph.D. and Robert Emmons, Ph.D.