"Will it be easy? Nope. Will it be worth it? Absolutely!"
Have you ever had a conversation where someone referred to another human as having a lot of “ baggage?" I have heard this often in conversation, and I find myself agreeing with a nod, as if the person had contracted an incurable disease.
Ah yes, that baggage.
"What we accept is what we teach." - Michael Cohen
I can remember clearly, as a leader of front line staff, that it seemed as though many of my employees simply were not listening when it came to rolling out change in our department.
Note: This is part 2 in a 6-part series titled "Changing How We Change." If you missed Part 1, you can view it here.
A New Year is all about Change. Change in our personal lives and change in our professional lives. We seek to make things better, and change needs to happen in order to do that.
Nurses face great conflict each and every day as they struggle to provide safe, quality care. Yet, when their organization makes a decision to have an opioid free ER, nursing is the face that patients see with that decision.