Executive Presence for Nurses
Advance Healthcare Network for Nurses -- Sally Brosz Hardin has been the dean of the school of nursing at the University of San Diego since 2003. Executive presence is important for everyone, she says.
Nurses will find themselves in situations where they're interacting with multi-disciplinary team members, including executives, according to Hardin. They will be interacting with patients and their families-sometimes these interactions can be tense and stressful. (Full Story)
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