I deliver 3 courses. I help skilled nurses take control of shift coordinating so your are confident with communication, problem-solving and decision-making. The second helps nurse managers transform into empowered and authentic nurse leaders. The third helps nurses on the clinical “floor” execute flawless multidisciplinary communication in nursing to deliver the care you aspire to give.
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Nurses find themselves in leadership roles – by choice or by necessity. You’re a capable nurse but when in charge in team nursing, shift coordinating or a management role, then self-doubt creeps in. Getting nurses to go to tea on time can be a battle. Your decisions can be met with apathy at best, outright obstruction at worst. Getting doctors to listen to your patient assessment can be an unforeseen hostile encounter. I help solve that.
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With 15 years experience in senior & executive roles, I can read a Profit & Loss better than I can read an ECG. I’ve been perioperative educator and manager, run an emergency department and been a nursing director. I have post-graduate qualifications in nursing, coaching and management. I continue to practice nursing clinically. I understand hospitals and healthcare. I know how nurses think and feel and what worries nurses.
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Fiona Brown, Director of Clinical Services
What's topical for nursing leaders today?
Take the Adrenaline Junkie Test Adrenaline can certainly be the drug of choice for a stressed society. And no greater example is in nursing. There is plenty of stress in the nursing profession. Particularly in the stress charged specialties like ED, ICU + theatre. But all clinical specialties are...Learn More
One of the greatest sources of frustrations I hear from nurses is that they feel like it’s all about money. The everyday things that matter to nurses and their patients get pushed way down the priority list, behind the demands of doctors and management and whoever else has the...Learn More
If we want to “raise morale”, we need to name the real problem first “Low morale” and “workplace bullying”. If you’re a nurse-leader or educator, these are words to make your heart sink. They rear their heads in every group of nurses, and fighting them is a constant uphill...Learn More
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