Emily Eilers

Emily Eilers

Emily edits the CPI Blog, produces web content, and enjoys helping people shape and share their stories to further the goals of Care, Welfare, Safety and SecuritySM. When she’s not writing or editing, Emily loves music, drawing, reading, film, and having adventures with her husband and their dogs.

Posts by Emily Eilers


By Emily Eilers | Posted on 04.24.2018 | with 0 comments
Educators engage directly with the next generation of citizens—so why aren’t we empowering them to do the best job they can, in the safest way possible? Read more »
By Emily Eilers | Posted on 04.09.2018 | with 0 comments
Workplaces are critical hubs where otherwise divergent populations intersect—which is why workplace violence prevention isn’t just about your organization, it’s about making a safer and more caring world for all people. Read more »
By Emily Eilers, T.D. Loftus  | Posted on 03.28.2018 | with 0 comments
In human services agencies, building organizational culture with intention is particularly critical because what we model as professionals impacts our clients’ ability to meaningfully cope with the challenges that require our services. Read more »
By Emily Eilers | Posted on 03.20.2018 | with 0 comments
Children are looking to adults more than ever to take a bold step forward in establishing cultures of caring and safety in their schools. Training cultivates lasting empathy and kindness in the community of the classroom—ultimately leading to a safer and more caring world for all of us. Read more »
By Emily Eilers | Posted on 03.06.2018 | with 0 comments
On-site geriatric-focused education improves staff retention, supports positive outcomes for residents, and is a critical component to readying our culture to support the largest American population of elders yet. Read more »
By Emily Eilers | Posted on 02.19.2018 | with 0 comments
Make sure that your training process for preventing workplace violence supports a meaningful culture of safety by checking its curriculum against OSHA’s guidelines. Read more »
By Emily Eilers | Posted on 02.15.2018 | with 0 comments
In the wake of yet another mass shooting, our belief is simple: every person deserves a safe and peaceful world, and each of us can play a part in making that world a reality, because no effort one person might make is too small to matter. Read more »
A culture of safety in nursing begins with understanding workplace civility—and how to safely manage the disruptive behavior that threatens it. Read more »
Understanding disruptive behavior can help you start an informed, actionable conversation with your staff about why ongoing training is so critical. Read more »
Conflict resolution in the workplace shouldn’t be avoided or feared—take the lead in promoting a caring and respectful work environment.   Read more »
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