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Sheila N. Glazov, Author
Sheila N. Glazov is a best-selling author, internationally known personality expert, and dynamic educator. Sheila's What Color Is Your Brain?® programs for Health Care Professionals help to maximize resiliency and minimize burnout, manage stress and adapt to change, and develop effective communication and teamwork in the workplace!Sheila adapts her innovative sessions to the needs of each client. She brings a unique storytelling spark to her engaging and content-rich keynote presentations and interactive and enlightening workshops. Every program attendee quickly determines their Brain Color personality strengths to build harmonious relationships, and improve their quality of care. There is no better way to be successful in the health care workplace, than to use Sheila’s Brain Color concepts to decode and understanding people’s personalities!
Sheila N. Glazov, created colorful personality profiles that simplify the complex nature of a
healthcare professional’s attributes and abilities while providing excellent care to patients and teamwork to co-workers. What Color Is Your Brain?® When Caring for Patients (co-authored by Denise Knoblauch, RN) is intended to facilitate effective communication and cooperation and minimize stress and frustration in numerous aspects of your work day.
Sheila will guide you through a "Healthcare Professional Brain Quiz" to determine your Brain Colors, effectively analyze your unique characteristics, and skillfully use her methods to identify your unique workplace traits and talents.
A Meticulous and Structured Yellow Brainer is Dedicatedwith patients and Accountable with co-workers.
A Collaborative and Helpful Blue Brainer is a Good Listener with patients and Communicative with
An Analyticaland Cautious Green Brainer is Objective with patients and Calmwith co-workers.
A Spontaneous and Easy-Going Orange Brainer is Encouraging with patients and Energizing with
Sheila will teach you and your colleagues tangible tools, and provide relevant activities to help individuals and Brain Color groups learn more about their "Brainbow" personality, perspectives, and "Praiseworthy Gifts." Leaders, managers, and staff members will immediately transfer and easily apply their new knowledge and skills to:
Recognize, reduce, and redirect bully behavior
Demonstrate sincere listening
Build healthy rapport with patients, advocates, and colleagues
Adapt to and accept change with less discomfort
Develop and retain authentic teamwork
Speak a non-judgmental language to express feelings and thoughts
Use a practical tool to accept, appreciate, and value yourself and others
Solve problems and decrease conflicts quickly
Increase and maintain harmonious relationship
Discover why others see you differently than you see yourself
Identify and acknowledge "Wet Paint" or "Shadowed" behavior
Rather than offer an excuse for people’s unusual behavior, Sheila’s theory and programs help to explain why your perspective differs from or relates to the viewpoints of others. Relevant, engaging, educational, and relatable, What Color Is Your Brain?® When Caring for Patients is a guide to discovering and decoding who you are, why others see you the way they do, and how the four Brain Colors play a role in your patient care, career, and healthcare workplace.