Tag: Leadership

20
Aug

5 Questions Managers Should Ask Employees During One-on-Ones

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 job is the relationship they have with their boss. Although recent studies show that career advancement is another reason employees leave, many times, managers aren’t even aware that an employee is looking or may not consider whether or not their current organization is providing them with enough opportunity. Therefore, meeting with…

14
May

ENOUGH! Eradicate Bullying & Incivility in Healthcare: Strategies for Front Line Leaders

When I first started this journey to eradicate bullying and incivility in healthcare, my focus was on individual nurses. As soon as I “opened shop” and proclaimed to the world that enough was enough and that I was taking action against bullying, nurses from all over the world started reaching out for help. For the first few years, I did everything I could to help each individual nurse who shared his/her personal story about being bullied….

27
Nov

5 Healthcare Leadership Principles from Navy Seals

Leadership

I’ve learned over the years that healthcare organizations need to do a better job equipping their front line leaders with the skills, strategies, and core principles they need to address and eliminate workplace bullying and incivility. When I perform organizational assessments, what I typically find included in new leader orientation, and ongoing development programs, are topics such as how to do payroll, the schedule, monitor quality metrics, the budget, etc. But what’s missing here? Yes!! How…

13
Nov

5 Ways to Make Sure the Preceptor Isn’t the Bully

Nurse bully preceptors

Sandy was a new nurse and although she was nervous, she was relieved to find out she was one of 4 new nurses hired in her department. At least she wasn’t alone! During their first week of orientation, all 4 nurses were told to stop by the unit to find out who their preceptors would be. They all stood in a line as the manager told each nurse who would precept them. John’s going to be…

30
Oct

3 Types of Empathy Necessary For Effective Leadership

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Emily is a newer nurse manager, and it seems her organization, like many other organizations across America, is feeling the effects of the national nursing shortage, coupled with trying to keep its head above water financially. In an effort to effectively use its human capital in a more efficient manner, Emily’s organization made the decision to float staff and increase patient care ratios. Emily found this out during a monthly leadership meeting. She left the meeting…

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