Let’s consider two scenarios. In the first, Karen is a nurse with 25 years of management and leadership experience. She wants a new job so she can use her full complement of leadership skills. She has all the right credentials, yet after 2 years of looking, she has been unable to secure a new position.
In the second scenario, Ramona is a vice president in a large health care system. She has eight nurse manager direct reports, and she recently terminated one of them, Cindy, because of Cindy’s lack of follow-through and her unwillingness to be accountable. Cindy’s poor performance affected patients, staff nurses, and Ramona’s other direct reports…Read The Full Article