What to Look for in Your Next Executive Role
You finally realize that it’s time for you to move on to a job where your talents are appreciated.
Now, you’re evaluating what you should be looking for in your next executive role.
You’ve been through the fire before and you know how hard it is to work in an organization with a leader that doesn’t value your skills and a team that doesn’t respect your expertise.
This doesn’t allow you to help the people you came to help; the patients and the frontline members that look up to you.
You need to be in an environment that nurtures you but there is a chance you can jump out of this frying pan and into one that’s worse.
You need to slow down and really think about what environment you want to be in and what it takes to be successful as a leader.
How To Find Healthcare Leadership Development Programs￼
There are more than 5,000 hospitals in America and they all have leadership teams.
Every year, there are people who want to reach a higher level in healthcare.
These people are looking for leadership development programs to get them to the next level.
Why Nursing Leadership Is Important
Everyone needs to understand why leadership in nursing is important.
Let me explain what’s happening right now.
There are 9.7 million healthcare workers on the front lines in healthcare.
It is projected that in the next five years, 6.5 million of those workers will leave the healthcare industry and not come back.
It is also projected that only 2 million people will replace that 6.5 million leaving.
This means that in the next five years, we’ll be in a healthcare crisis.
Right now is the time for you to be a nursing leader with impact.
How Leaders Overcome Fear
At some point, every leader wonders how to overcome fear.
Maybe the fear is making the decision to leave the organization and retire.
Maybe the fear is making the wrong decision in a time of crisis.
No matter what, all leaders will be confronted with fear at some point.
And you must overcome this fear.
How to See Yourself As a Leader
What does it mean when you don’t see yourself as a leader?
It means you’re not contributing all of your talents to your organization.
You’re suffering from self-doubt and you’re not having the impact that you could have because you don’t see yourself as a leader.
You know what you should be doing and that may be from preconceived notions that we’ve heard about what it actually means to be a leader.
You hear phrases like “They were born to lead” but you don’t feel that way about yourself.
If you’ve gotten to this point in your career, here are the reasons you don’t see yourself as a leader.
How to Transition from Nursing Leadership to Executive Leadership
Nursing has a hierarchy.
It usually starts as bing an RN then working up to be a charge nurse.
Then charge nurses turn into a nursing management role.
From there, it’s a long journey to become a nursing director and an even longer journey to become a senior level executive.
Ultimately, the goal is to be a chief nursing officer.
Right now, that pathway is shorter than were it Neds to be.
Why? Because the American healthcare system is in a crisis.
It’s in a crisis of epic proportions.
How To Brand Yourself
You are a diamond in the rough.
You’ve been in the same position for seven years and wonder why no one sees the good things you’ve accomplished, and you want to progress in your career.
You feel like you can make a bigger difference in the organization, but you’re not experiencing the success you need because you haven’t branded yourself the right way.
It’s time for you to toot your own horn.
3 Ways to Become a More Creative Leader
Being stuck in the status quo can have a negative impact on your team’s performance because nobody’s bringing anything new to the table.
When you get stuck doing things the same way they’ve always been done, you produce the same results and you won’t find much success as a leader.
Doing the same things doesn’t allow us to overcome new challenges.
Why You Need A Coach
Every person that reaches their highest level of success has a coach. If you want to become a more successful executive, find a coach.
How to Speak Up
We’ve all seen things happen at work that concern us.
They may concern us so greatly that we want to speak up about it but don’t know how.
When people do things they should not be doing, it does not aid in the betterment of the organization or the people you serve.
It happens over and over again and sometimes it’s hard to speak up.