Part 2: Resiliency is leaning towards wholeness. Resiliency One-on-One: Host Imana "Mo" Minard with Dr. Nicolette Louissaint.
Mo Minard talks with Nicolette Louissaint, PhD, who serves as Executive Director of Healthcare Ready. Together they explore how examining our lives in the context of wholeness helps us choose our best next steps towards resiliency. If we ask ourselves what wholeness looks like, we can then move towards that wholeness with an intentional goal. This way of thinking differs from seeing resilience as simply surviving, and at the same time draws on the many past experiences in our lives that give us strength. Mo and Dr. Louissaint also discuss our new pandemic reality and the challenges of overcoming unprecedented change, which includes defining an understanding of the gift of service, and the power of pouring that gift back into ourselves.
Second in a 5-part podcast series features five discussions from Imana “Mo” Minard, Dr. Nicolette Louissaint, Rasheda Hatchett and Chandra Brown – four health care professionals who share their personal insights and perspectives about the importance of being resilient despite any trials or tribulations. Sponsored by Johnson and Johnson, the podcasts are candid, transparent and deliver an authentic conversation on how resiliency lets us transcend surviving and move up to a level of thriving.
Our podcast host for the series is Imana “Mo” Minard, MSN-ed, RN, CENP, EMT-P, a Director of Nursing for Beaumont Farmington Hills in Southeast MI. She is Certified in Executive Nursing Practice through the American Organization of Nursing Leadership, an award-winning radio host and prominent nurse influencer in Metro Detroit.
Nicolette Louissaint, PhD, serves as Executive Director of Healthcare Ready, a non-profit organization that focuses on strengthening the United States’ healthcare supply chain preparedness and response before, during and after natural disasters and disease outbreaks.
Rasheda Hatchett, MN, RN, is CEO of Hatchett Media, a Coach, Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker and resilience expert. She has deep roots in leading and mentoring women to find their voice and hone their unique leadership vision.
Chandra Brown is Executive Director of Lifelines Counseling Services, an independent, nonprofit organization that partners with human service organizations worldwide to improve service delivery outcomes by developing, applying, and promoting appropriate best practice standards.