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We believe powerful, influential and exceptionally effective nurse leaders must be at the core of, and are critical in, advancing the future of healthcare.
It feels like now, more than I can remember, is one of those times when the stories of suffering from our healthcare ranks are piling up en-masse. The human capacity to heal and overcome stress, trauma, injury, and grief has always fascinated me. As a clinician and leader I know that healing doesn't always consistently happen "on its own". Beyond being adaptive and learning oriented, the current environment requires leadership with overt compassion to allow space for their organizations heal. It makes me consider (my own) leadership going forward. How can I be more effective as a healer as we move through this storm and its aftermath? Not to be simplistic, its more than just empathy. We have the power and influence to demonstrate, or demand, role modeling from ourselves and our peers for supporting each other and find healing and strength during the recovery process.
You are the Faces of Courage, Grace and Grit. -cw
Meditative/restorative yoga session led by local nurse Erin Collins. Details and invite to come.
Will make it a phone only meeting if we cannot meet in person by this date - Tamara
All meetings will start with networking time, move into a...
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