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How to Be a Better Nurse Leader

February 7 2017 - The healthcare industry is expanding at a stunning rate; it is one of the top 3 fastest growing industries in the country today. Naturally, hospitals and medical practices are in need of skilled nursing professionals to fill mid- to top-level positions. According to studies complied by Bradley University and its MSN in Nursing Administration department, there are several important traits to have in order for you to be a better nurse leader.

For starters, you need to be able to focus on team members' strengths and not weaknesses. You also must have the skills to communicate with other nurses, understand the challenges they face and create a comfortable and positive working environment. All of these tasks will lead to a better team in general, which means you are also boosting productivity and getting things done.

If you're interested in a career as a nurse leader, be sure to review the full Nurse Leadership Through Multi-Generational Differences infographic by Bradley University.

Nurse leadership through multi-generational differences infographic Bradley University

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