Celebrate Nursing: Human By Birth – Hero By Choice
Nurses are heroes by choice. They are willing to put others’ needs ahead of their own. But, with all heroes, there are villains around the corner who actively try to take away their powers. The most common nurse ‘villains’ are ignorance, judgments, and bullying – and they drain nurses of their superpowers.
Don’t fear! There are ways to STRENGTHEN nurses and honor their heroic powers! Knowledge, compassion, a positive attitude and moral courage are the antidote – and these behaviors elevate practice and amplify heroics.
This motivational and uplifting presentation is a perfect way to kick-start or end a conference, celebrate nurses during Nurses Week, Certified Nurses Day, or provide a healthy dose of inspiration for nurses who are struggling with morale and burnout.
At the end of this keynote presentation, participants will be able to:
State three villainous behaviors that negatively impact the nursing profession.
Describe three characteristics that improve a nurse’s ability to make a bigger impact to healthcare.
Utilize evidence-based strategies to improve personal well-being, team performance, and patient outcomes.
The Healthy Workforce Institute is the global leader in addressing disruptive behavior in healthcare. Through our cadre of services, we provide the strategies, skills, and solutions to address any incidences of disruptive behaviors that show up in healthcare.
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