Why Are Many Young Nurses Not Applying For Manager Roles?

When about half a million RN’s retire in the next decade, there will be more than just a void in important clinical care positions. These departures will also deplete many of the large pool of U.S. Nurse…

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9 Leadership Barriers That Charge Nurses Face

In a busy and stressful hospital environment, the role of the Charge Nurse as your frontline leader is very important. Not only are Charge Nurses responsible for providing the same quality care as other nurses, they are…

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8 Steps to Assist Your Newly Hired Nurse Manager

When being promoted into new positions, many Nurse Managers find it tough to transition from individual contributor to manager. The move from clinical practice and bedside nursing to management represents a significant change - and requires different…

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Top 7 Concerns of CNOs in 2018

CNOs have a stressful role – it is tough being the biggest advocate for nurses in a healthcare organization, when up to 35% of the staff are nurses. There is a lot at stake and a…

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7 Workplace Tactics to Spark Nurse Engagement

Tactics to increase nurse engagement within the nursing field can be divided into two major workplace factors, Compassion Satisfaction and Mattering. As nurse leaders, responsibility for creating and sustaining a positive culture becomes an important…

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8 Steps for CNOs to Translate VBP Indicators

Nurse executives are responsible for the delivery of high quality care and the financial health of their organization. As a nurse leader and nursing advocate, you should be confident in your knowledge and understanding of…

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