I sure did when I started in the field over a decade ago. Back then, I didn’t even know there were doctors and nurses in jails and prisons.
Maybe you were there once, too. It can be a strange new land with a language you can’t understand. I can provide personalized coaching to help you quickly onboard in your correctional practice.
Whether you are just
Maybe you are starting in a management position in correctional health care and need to understand the culture, systems, and processes on the double. I can help there, too. In fact, even if you just need emotional support or brain power to get over a big challenge or master a new process, I'm here for you!
An Evaluation of Strength and Weakneses
Individualized and Personal Attention
A Personalized Action Plan to Meet The Need
Consider what you want to invest in your correctional career. A good start in your new position can make the difference between job satisfaction and job loss.
Then we will develop a list of possible interview questions and you will work on creating an effective answer from your work history. Finally, we will prepare a game plan for your interview including questions you want to ask about the position and the facility to be sure this is a place in which you would like to work.
You have access to as-needed email feedback from me throughout the course of our collaboration.collaboration.
This package includes two one-hour coaching calls and homework that is completed between the calls. The duration of Interview Prep is 3-7 days.
If you are a correctional administrator with multiple new correctional nurses or nurse leaders that need support, you may be interested in a group package to cover incoming staff throughout the year. Contact me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) to talk about a group rate.
"Lorry's approach to mentoring me was as an expectant coach. She did not just "give me the answer", she empowered me to identify where my needs were in developing my new staff orientation program and helped me to incorporate the input of my existing staff to do the actual work. She invested her time, her vast knowledge and her "cheerleading skills" with an expectation of success for me."
I am a nurse working on the small remote island of St Helena, a British Overseas Territory, in the South Atlantic Ocean..In April of
I have learned so much from Lorry, not least that I seem to be travelling in the right direction. We discussed specific areas of work, such as medication management, and Lorry provided sound practical advice to turn my ideas into a policy that was fit for purpose. Alongside supervision, Lorry was able to send me resources that I can adapt for use in my work. The main output of the project will be a health service manual for the prison. The sessions that I had with Lorry have given me the confidence to write this manual based on best practice but adapted for our rather unique prison. I couldn't have had a better start to my new career
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