Are We Held Hostage by HCAHPS Scores?
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4d ago
By Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN A CNO colleague recently shared that health systems tolerate terrible behavior from patients and families because they are worried about their HCAHPS scores. She noted, “We are being held hostage because these scores impact our reimbursement. It seems crazy because the demand for healthcare far exceeds our […] The post Are We Held Hostage by HCAHPS Scores? appeared first on Emerging Nurse Leader ..read more
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Five Takeaways from the Gallup Workforce Summit
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1w ago
By Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN Last week, I attended the 2024 Gallup Workforce Summit in Omaha, Nebraska. I am always interested in tracking Gallup workforce trends because their research has a historical perspective of almost 50 years. Gallup insights are also interesting because they have client data from every industry, and their […] The post Five Takeaways from the Gallup Workforce Summit appeared first on Emerging Nurse Leader ..read more
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Upskill Your Leaders with The Nuts and Bolts of Nursing Leadership
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by rose
1w ago
We are pleased to partner with the New England ONL again to present the Nuts and Bolts of Nursing Leadership this month. You don’t need to be an ONL member to register. We have one session for nurse managers and a second for emerging leaders. These highly interactive and highly rated sessions present the latest […] The post Upskill Your Leaders with The Nuts and Bolts of Nursing Leadership appeared first on Emerging Nurse Leader ..read more
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Self-Awareness in Leadership
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1w ago
By Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN Nursing leadership success today demands a very high level of emotional intelligence. There are five essential skills to becoming more emotionally intelligent. These include: Self-awareness – knowing one’s strengths, weaknesses, drives, values, and impact on others. Self-regulation – controlling or redirecting impulses and moods. Motivation – relishing […] The post Self-Awareness in Leadership appeared first on Emerging Nurse Leader ..read more
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When Staff Overshare
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2w ago
By Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN A very big challenge for many nurse managers today involves staff oversharing information with them to the point of discomfort. Consider the following story told to me by a leader: I like to think of myself as a servant leader, but I wonder if things are going […] The post When Staff Overshare appeared first on Emerging Nurse Leader ..read more
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Diverse Nurse Manager Volunteers Needed for UCF Research Study
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by rose
2w ago
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New Social Determinants of Work Health
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by rose
2w ago
By Rose O. Sherman, RN, EdD, FAAN, NEA-BC For the past few years, I have been talking to nurse leaders about the social determinants of work health. Justin Montgomery, a Dartmouth Hitchcock Health System nursing director, first raised this concept several years ago during a webinar. Justin noted the following in the chat, “Much like […] The post New Social Determinants of Work Health appeared first on Emerging Nurse Leader ..read more
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Leading in a Teaming Environment
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by rose
3w ago
By Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN Changes in the nursing workforce have brought changes in the nurse manager role. Nurse managers now feel like NCAA basketball coaches with an ever-changing roster of nurses who stay only for short periods. Gone are the days when managers could depend on a solid core team who […] The post Leading in a Teaming Environment appeared first on Emerging Nurse Leader ..read more
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What Your New Graduates Need From You
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1M ago
By Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN During the next three months, health systems nationwide will begin to transition new graduates into their practice settings. This year’s new graduates have had more direct clinical time than nurses who graduated in previous years. Still, their current skills will not be enough for hospitals’ high-acuity and […] The post What Your New Graduates Need From You appeared first on Emerging Nurse Leader ..read more
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Controlling the Controllable in Leadership
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1M ago
By Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN I recently talked with a nurse leader who is very stressed about some upcoming organizational changes in her health system. She anticipates that the director she now reports to and feels much support from may no longer be in the position. She fears that things could change […] The post Controlling the Controllable in Leadership appeared first on Emerging Nurse Leader ..read more
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