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CNOs can help lead the way to fewer errors and zero harm.
THE Joint Commission celebrated an important milestone last year. It’s been a decade since we announced our journey to high reliability and our goal to help healthcare achieve it. Highly reliable industries, like aerospace and aviation . . .
Take stock and prepare for success.
Leadership in today’s healthcare environment is challenging.
This 10-question decision-making framework can help clinical nurses who are considering a transition to leadership.
I FREQUENTLY ASK clinical nurses if they’re interested in leadership positions. They usually say no, but when . . .
This simple tool can help staff change their outlook and improve care.
As nursing leaders, we must recognize the importance of building staff resilience and improving the well-being of our caregivers.
Three Good Things is a simple, yet powerful tool that can help us counteract our natural tendency . . .
Nurse leader aims to improve patient care.
SHANNON COLE, DNP, APRN-BC, from Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, is an avid proponent of interprofessional education. She sees it as a crucial way to ensure better care and outcomes for patients now and into the future. A Tennessee Nurses Association member . . .
Be an exemplary leader.
You can cultivate a transformational leadership style no matter your role, position, or experience.
Transformational leadership characteristics can contribute to inspiring your teams, encouraging initiative and innovation, and improving care.
TRANSFORMATIONAL leaders inspire followers to achieve extraordinary outcomes and, in the process, develop their own . . .
With support, education, and work-life balance, we can develop a new generation of nurse managers.
Nurse managers are experiencing significant changes to their roles with expanded scope of responsibilities.
Rapid expansion of responsibilities with little support can lead to stress and turnover of nurse managers.
To retain nurse . . .