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
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,
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
Kate walks onto the unit about ten minutes before the start of second shift. You’re sitting in your office when you hear her tell anyone
Erik had had enough of his charge nurse, Taylor, who is a known bully. For years, everyone put up with her because she was “so
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