Helping hospitals reduce turnover by recruiting and retaining nurses for life
Albert is passionate about solving one of the most persistent and pressing problems in healthcare - finding human health resources.
Having worked in a variety of roles, he understands the pressures that front-line workers, especially nurses face. If you’re ready to hear new research based insights, consider hiring Albert as a speaker for your next event or conference.
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If you’re ready to hear new research based insights, consider hiring Albert as a speaker for your next event or conference.
Albert has condensed his two decades of experience into 3 keynotes or workshops to help your organization thrive.
He is a highly sought after keynote speaker and speaks to hospitals, agencies, boards and commissions about the healthcare staffing shortage.
Albert Ho started his career as a medical secretary and Personal Support Worker. He then went on to become a Registered Nurse. He owned and operated a medical device business and had sales of over $1,000,000 within two years. He then managed hospital-wide projects as a Project Manager which involved the recruitment of human health resources.
Albert holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Toronto Metropolitan University. In addition, he completed his Master of Business Administration from Vancouver Island University along with a Master of Science in International Management from the University of Hertfordshire. He remains a member of the Canadian College of Healthcare Leaders and has achieved the Certified Health Executive (CHE) designation.
Title: How to recruit and retain Nurses for life
In the post-pandemic world, hospitals are fighting an internal battle with employee turnover and burnout. How do we find a cure to this age-old problem that is not merely a temporary band-aid solution? Albert will examine this debilitating issue under the microscope and share the latest groundbreaking research.
Create a culture that transforms employees to become evangelists
Apply recruitment strategies to attract top talent
Implement new retention techniques to keep staff for life
Albert will help redefine the way your organisation hires and retains staff. This in-person keynote or interactive workshop is 45 minutes and includes a worksheet.
Title: Bulletproof burnout strategies
Nurses are one of the most frequent professions to become burned out. They are often being asked to work overtime, while being short on resources and working under pressure. This talk will help leaders to re-energize and revitalize your teams.
Learn about the physiology of stress and how to identify signs and symptoms of burnout
How to assess your workforce stress levels
How to create Wellness Programs that staff will enjoy
How to measure the results of your Wellness Program
This in-person/virtual keynote or interactive workshop is 45 minutes long and includes a worksheet.
Title: How to future-proof your workforce
As healthcare models and practices change, how will your organization prepare and adapt to this change? This talk focuses on the ever-evolving healthcare landscape. Sharing examples from Albert’s professional experience leading large complex and uncertain projects, your organization can learn from these valuable lessons.
How to assess and develop a resilience strategy for leaders
How to develop adaption competencies for front line staff
Focused on helping HR Managers and Directors transform from struggling to thriving
This in-person/virtual keynote or interactive workshop is 45 minute long and includes a worksheet for attendees.
Chair of TEDxRyersonU conference
“Albert led an engaging and exciting workshop during our conference. He empowered the attendees to become better leaders. Albert has been a pleasure to work with and would highly recommend him for your conference or event!”
Author of bestseller Unstoppable You, International Keynote Speaker
“Albert ignites positive change through innovation, leadership and healthcare expertise.”
Author of “A Cup of Chicken Soup for the Soul"
“Let Albert be your ‘Sherpa’ to solve your recruitment challenges.”