In: Nurse Heroes


How to Cultivate a Healthy Workforce According to Mr. Rogers

As leaders, it sometimes feels like we are caught between a rock and a hard place – you can’t please your administrators and your employees never think you do enough for them. To make matters worse, many leaders spend way too much of their time dealing with the disruptive behaviors of their employees! Bullying, incivility, conflict, and now workplace violence can consume the time leaders spend at work, leaving very little time to do “their job”….


Fall Back In Love With Nursing + a FREE Gift (or two)!

As I’m sure you’re aware, this week is Nurses Week. And do you know what I love most about Nurses Week? Reflecting on my nursing career and making a conscious effort to be better when this week rolls around the following year. One of the many ways to do that is to fall back in love with nursing. Think back to when you were making the decision to become a nurse. For some of us, we…


7 Traits of Super Star Nurses

I was recently asked to make a recommendation for a client, and the CNO sent me a message which said “hopefully you’ll find us a superstar!” This got me thinking – what is it that makes someone a superstar employee? Every company has its superstar employees who seem to get more done, get better results, give a better service in a shorter time scale than their colleagues. I’m very fortunate to have worked with a good…


5 Qualities Nurse Heroes Possess

Every year during May, nurses around the globe celebrate the wonderful world of nursing. It’s a time for us to reflect on the progress we’ve made over the years and also a time to recognize the amazing nurses who seem to rise above the rest. I call them heroes because they CHOOSE to make decisions based on what’s best for their patients – not themselves. A nurse who hears gunshots coming from the triage room in…

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