Guest Post By
Naomi D. Jones
I was watching Judge Mathis today where an ex girlfriend put her child’s fathers personal business on the internet. She wrote on Facebook that he was in arrears on his child support. Though it was true, the judge ruled that though it was... Click here to continue.
The environments in which caregivers work are constantly shifting as patients’ conditions can change for the worse at any time.
Given these fluctuations, the concept of time management sometimes becomes elusive in the health field.
The truth is that if you want to enjoy your work day, you need to... Click here to continue.
Being a leader is about you. What type of person are you?
Your personality and qualities show most when you are leading, the good ones and the bad.
In this article I want us to look at five traits that you may want to change.
• The leader who rules... Click here to continue.
“Don’t necessarily avoid sharp edges. Occasionally they are necessary to leadership.”
A number of caregivers and nurses are afraid to lead.
The thought of being in charge of the shift or managing a department is terrifying.
You come up with different reasons and excuses as to why you... Click here to continue.
Some of the companies that nurses and caregivers find themselves working for may not necessarily have the happiest work environment.
I remember one employer I worked for that did not allow us to have small talk among ourselves.
We were only allowed to talk to the patients. The atmosphere was... Click here to continue.
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