Renee Thompson Posts
Over the last 10 years, I’ve talked with many healthcare leaders about their attempts to hold employees accountable for professional behavior. When they FINALLY decide
Since starting my company in 2010, I’ve worked with over 175 clients. How I’ve served them all varies. From giving a keynote at a conference
Have you ever worked with someone who complained constantly? I bet you have. I remember a small group of nurses on the first unit I ever worked.
Have you ever hired a nurse whom you thought was a great hire? She had experience, was certified, and seemed to possess excellent clinical skills.
We know through various surveys and studies (Gallup is one of them) that one of the most important reasons why someone stays or leaves their
Dealing with employee bad behavior is one of the most challenging aspects of being a leader. Leaders are often heard saying, “If only my employees
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