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Divina Grossman, PhD, RN, ARNP, FAAN was recently appointed President and Chief Academic Officer at the University of Saint Augustine for Health Sciences. She was formerly the Chancellor and a Professor of Nursing at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.  Previously, she was at Florida International University for 22 years where she was the Founding Vice President for Engagement, Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and Dean of the School of Nursing.  She earned her PhD in Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania, Master of Science in Nursing at the University of Miami, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Santo Tomas.

A few take aways from our interview with Divina Grossman, PhD, RN, ARNP, FAAN include:

  • How self-regulation may be the answer to nursing burnout;
  • What mentorship and professional networks can do for your nursing career growth;
  • And why the best success comes when you harness the power of the team!

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Sue Rees, DNP, RN, CPHQ, CENP is the Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer-Inpatient at UW Health (University of Wisconsin).  She has been there for 28 years starting as a Nurse Manager, then a Director, and for the past 6 years a VP.  She has main responsibility for inpatient operations at this academic medical center.

A few take aways from our interview with Sue Rees, DNP, RN, CPHQ, CENP include:

  • How self-reflection provides room for nursing growth;
  • What using empathy can do for nursing resiliency;
  • And why the lack of delegation may hold your nursing colleagues back!

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Jerry A. Mansfield, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC is accountable for the practice of nursing at Medical University of South Carolina Health and oversees initiatives to enhance the patient experience. He has experience in both for-profit and non-profit as well as inpatient and outpatient settings, multi-hospital health systems and academic medical centers. Jerry is also a Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow (2005 Cohort).

A few take aways from our interview with Jerry A. Mansfield, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC include:

  • How volunteering and saying “yes” to projects is a sign of a budding leader;
  • What deliberate action steps you can take to support your nursing career growth;
  • And why being open to and receptive of feedback is a sure sign of a successful nurse leader!

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Deb Delaney DNP MHA RN CEN is the proprietor of Delaney Healthcare Consultants. With over 25 years of experience as an emergency nurse and nursing leader, she has spent the last several years as a consultant, traveling across the United States to help hospitals with process-improvement and customer service opportunities. She is often asked to mentor and train new leaders. Deb’s passion is to improve nurse engagement by empowering the front-line staff.

A few take aways from our interview with Deb Delaney DNP MHA RN CEN include:

  • How role modeling healthy behaviors can influence nursing staff;
  • What staying present can do to improve constructive feedback;
  • And why every nurse leader doesn’t have to have all of the answers!

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Dr. George has been a Chief Nurse Executive for over 30 years.  While the Regional/CNE for Aurora Health Care, Dr. George led the first hospital system to Magnet designation and the first 5 magnet hospitals in Wisconsin.  Before her current role as managing partner of Nursing Consulting Partners, she was the SVP/CNO for Catholic Health Initiatives, a 68-hospital health system located in 19 states, where she facilitated the design of their first system wide shared governance model.  As the CNO at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire, she led the team to magnet re-designation.

A few take aways from our interview with Vicki George, PhD, RN, FAAN include:

  • How receiving a resignation letter can impact the rest of a leadership career;
  • What feedback and non-judgement can do for nursing burnout;
  • And why empowering nurses to speak their voice makes for the most successful nurse leader!

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Sandra Davidson, RN, MSN, PhD is the Associate Dean – Undergraduate Nursing Programs in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Alberta. She has served in leadership roles in both clinical and academic settings at many levels. Her career has focused on leadership, innovation, organizational development, as well as faculty and staff education/development.

A few take aways from our interview with Sandra Davidson, RN, MSN, PhD include:

  • How nurse leaders can impact positive forward momentum;
  • What celebrating others can do for nursing resiliency;
  • And why learning from other disciplines can groom the best nursing leader!

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Joan Ellis Beglinger MSN, RN, MBA, FACHE, FAAN has practiced for nearly 30 years as a tertiary medical center vice president/ CNO, building expertise in transforming the professional practice environment from traditional hierarchy to shared decision making through professional governance. She is a champion of advancing the profession of Nursing through investment in the direct care nurse, enabling ownership of practice at the point of care. 

Joan has spoken extensively both nationally and internationally. Her numerous presentations and publications have focused on the development of an organizational culture that supports clinical excellence. 

A few take aways from our interview with Joan Ellis Beglinger MSN, RN, MBA, FACHE, FAAN include:

  • How active listening is one of the most important leadership qualities;
  • What making a mistake on an important document can teach you about leadership;
  • And why providing meaningful voice to all nurses is the answer to nursing burnout!

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Nursing From Within With Elizabeth Scala.. by Elizabeth Scala Interviews Dan Webe.. - 1M ago

Dan Weberg, RN, PhD, MHI is an experienced and disruptive nursing and healthcare innovation leader with experience across large integrated health systems, academia, and hospital based education.  Dan recently published a book called Leadership for Evidence Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions with Tim Porter O’Grady, Sandra Davidson, and Kathy Malloch which provides a roadmap for leading healthcare change in any setting. Listen to our previous conversation when Dan joined me for episode 111!

A few take aways from our interview with Dan Weberg, RN, PhD, MHI include:

  • How saying “yes” to opportunities outside your comfort zone can lead to success;
  • What negative teammates can teach you about engaging the staff;
  • And why transformational leadership is a strategy for ending nurse burnout!

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Nurses, how are your personal finances? Sure, it’s not something that many of us like to talk about but it is important that we have a personal finance plan. And as this next guest reminds us – personal finance is not something they often teach us about in nursing school.

Daniel Diaz, BSN, RN is a nurse, entrepreneur, and author of the popular blog post “Nurses can retire wealthier than doctors: Here’s How”. Listen to our previous conversation when Daniel joined me for episode 133!

A few take aways from our interview with Daniel Diaz, BSN, RN include:

  • How making financial decisions based upon emotions can get you into trouble;
  • What financial strategies you can implement to reduce stress around money;
  • And why investing in your health may be the best financial decision you could make!

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Nursing From Within With Elizabeth Scala.. by Elizabeth Scala Interviews Amanda G.. - 2M ago

Nurses, do you remember that feeling when you were just starting out in nursing school? The sense of excitement and enthusiasm for the joy of nursing you were about to embark upon. This next guest reminds us to focus on the patient by letting go of judgement and using those nursing skills we have had all along our career.

Amanda Guarniere, MSN, NP-C, WHNP-BC is a twin mom by day, emergency room nurse practitioner by night, and the founder of The Résumé Rx. She’s committed to helping nursing professionals discover and land their dream jobs through beautiful, impactful résumés and guided career exploration.

A few take aways from our interview with Amanda Guarniere, MSN, NP-C, WHNP-BC include:

  • How hearing “no” is actually a very good thing;
  • What a trip to the art museum can teach you about patient care;
  • And why listening to podcasts can make you a better nurse!

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