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.
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
Wen was looking forward to a second career as a nurse. She already had a biology degree and spent 6 years working in a lab
Jamie was an eager and hardworking new nurse. She was excited to land a job working in the Emergency Department at a large Level I
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”
What do you do if you’re a healthcare executive and your recent turnover data indicates a bullying and incivility problem? Do you sigh and say,
I’ve spent the last 27 years as a nurse and have witnessed bullying behavior in every role I’ve held. As a new nurse working at
As a staff nurse in my unit for 11 years I was considered a clinically competent nurse. I loved working in surgical services and felt
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