Category «Nurse leaders»

Continuing to Thrive in Uncertain Times

Rethink, refocus, and renew I recently received an excellent article from the International Coaching Federation. The author, Ellen Kocher, ACC writes about working during unknown times such as these with the COVID-19 pandemic. She shares her experiences as a Health Coach in Switzerland, where drastic measures have already taken place. Much like our country, she …

Grateful for the Journey

Grateful for the Journey As I reflect on the past month, one emotion keeps showing up, gratitude! Grateful for the opportunity to see enthusiastic nurse entrepeneurs ready to launch their new careers. Grateful to see amazing neonatal nurse leaders making a difference in the lives of the patients and families they serve. And grateful to …

Nurses Bring Happiness to the World

Happy Nurses Week Nurses bring more than skills, critical thinking and medications to the bedside. They bring happiness. Research in the field of Positive Psychology and happiness describe happy people as those who experience frequent positive emotions, such as joy or contentment. Happy people experience infrequent (but not absent) negative emotions like sadness or anxiety. Happiness …

Nurses Leading With Your Heart

Nurses Leading with Heart: No purchase required Happy Valentine’s Day fellow Nurse Leaders! I’m sure many of you have focused on the heart this month starting with wearing red to spotlight heart disease in women and now sharing our heartfelt love with others on Valentine’s Day. How might we communicate leading with heart? Is it …

Notes on a Plane

Notes on a Plane Do you ever have time where you can minimize distractions, focus and really single task? It’s hard, right? The day to day responsibilities required of us as nurse leaders often take up our entire schedule. Recently while traveling from a conference in Houston to another event in Providence, RI. I had …

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