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Re-posted from Safety Dog Blog

April 12, 2013


I do not post duplicate posts on my blogs but i felt this one was a true crossover and would have value from being posted there and here. I am currently taking a course called “Mind Brain Health and Education” offered at the Harvard University Extention School (great courses if you are interested in learning […]

Calling Nursing Leaders!

April 11, 2013


If you can only read one article this year I suggest it be this one: Work-Arounds: A Matter of Perception. Cathy Lalley, MHI, RN It will be the best $14 you spend for the future of nursing!

The leader of 2013 and beyond!

January 19, 2013


Leadership components: Some kind of leader-member exchange That occurs in a particular situation Where the leader and members share a purpose, goal, outcome, and tasks Most leadership theories focus on the behaviors of the leader.  These traditional theories view the leader in a heroic vein and often over-estimate the power over the organization the leader […]

What’s Influencing your decisions?

July 28, 2012


Bias. It effects decisions. It effects studying an adverse event. How can you reduce bias in decision making? Ask Stanford University. How Hidden biases sabotage your decisions When you finish watching that one, check out this one Leading decision makers who out rank you

The end of 2011…

December 29, 2011


The last post for 2011.. I can think of no better way to end the year than to link to a Mark Graban post on why LEAN (and I’ll add nursing/hospital management in general) needs to focus on getting the garbage out of a nurse’s way…because this video illustrates how we want nurses spending their […]