Our Nursing Leadership Toolkit gives healthcare talent management professionals the resources they need to hire better nursing leadership talent faster, keep high-potential talent longer, and grow them and their staff into the next generation of nursing leaders for sustained success.
Hiring nurses can be difficult, but you’re organizations culture should be a part of the solution, not the problem. Here, we take a look at some data from our Nursing Culture Quiz to see what healthcare organizations are doing right, and where they can improve, when it comes to hiring nurses.
Reexamining nursing compliance is one way healthcare organizations can improve upon time wasted and money spent. Learn how some simple changes can help alleviate the heavy workload every nurse is expected to carry.
Today’s talent management professionals have evolving skillsets. Learn why public speaking is one key area they’re focusing on – and where to find public speaking opportunities in this space.
By understanding how healthcare regulatory compliance affects both finances and quality-of-care, hospitals and hospital systems can better evaluate the true costs of compliance, and minimize the burden it presents.
Leadership talent is hard to come by, and that’s especially true in the healthcare space. In order to meet organizational demands, talent managers are turning to these leadership development trends to grow candidates from within.
Eighty-three percent of organizations recognize their need to develop leaders, but only 5 percent have implemented a holistic plan to do so. Amazingly, 25 percent of companies have no succession plan in place for more than 90 percent of their critical leaders. And healthcare leadership is no exception. In fact, for healthcare organizations, it’s worse. Staffing shortages and shifting expectations have made the problem all the harder to address. The call-to-action is clear: Develop a pipeline of new healthcare leaders or prepare for a serious dearth of qualified leadership in the healthcare industry. What will the healthcare industry look like if the current leadership fails to heed this call?
In healthcare facilities, employee and patient safety relies heavily on the department of environmental services. Hiring well for these jobs begins by accurately representing the job and its associated duties during the hiring process, while emphasizing the integral role these employees play in creating a safe healthcare workplace for all. Learn more.
Even though there are more than 4 million active nurses in the U.S., healthcare organizations are challenged to fill nurse leadership roles. Nurses need a way to gain the higher levels of education and training required to assume these more demanding leadership positions. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center has risen to that challenge. Find out what your organization could do, too.
In 1902, Susan B. Anthony suggested that a “day will come when nurses will be university prepared.” As evidenced by this quote, the debate over the educational preparation of RNs has raged on for over a century. Despite Anthony’s prediction, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services — only about 50 percent of the nation’s 2.8