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Welcome to A Day in the Life of an Administrator, our new online column, where we sat down with Victoria Wiltshire, MBA, RN, VP and Chief Operating Officer...

Surviving and thriving as a new ASC leader can often feel like venturing into uncharted territory, filled with daunting challenges and uncertainties at every turn....

Very rarely is everyone in an organization on the same page about everything, but a diversity of opinion should not prevent important decisions from being made...

Ultimately, your leadership role often requires you to make tough decisions and, at times, even fast ones in response to situational changes....

Just because you lead a team doesn’t mean you should unilaterally produce immediate solutions to problems your staff may encounter....

Burnout has always been part of the healthcare profession, but today it has reached new heights across every level and type of provider....

Leadership isn’t just about the development, deployment and management of strategies, tactics and policies designed for optimal execution by your staff....

It’s easy to neglect your own needs as you juggle the many demands of a leadership role, but it’s healthy to focus on your development as a leader....

Once you’ve finetuned your team’s workflow, it’s easy to stick with it and not change anything. But sometimes it’s smart to put on new lenses...

As an experienced leader, how are you encouraging younger nurses to transition into leadership roles? Choosing the right time and the right place...

Welcome to A Day in the Life of an Administrator, our new online column, where we sat down with Carson McCafferty, MSN, RN, CNOR, CNAMB, CSRN...

Patient satisfaction is crucial — and effective OR leaders know that if their staff is consistently dissatisfied, the bad feelings can negatively impact...

The infection preventionist epitomizes the concept of on-the-job training. There’s no university degree that solely prepares you for a...

It’s vital for your employees to speak out when they witness something that can negatively impact your organization, or have a concern about...

Your staff loves to achieve high standards — and so do you. For those high standards to become natural, it’s up to you as their leader to...

Unnecessary stressors such as ambiguous priorities, uncertainty about roles and responsibilities and muddled communication all can have...

When employees voice their concerns, effective leaders don’t see them as hurdles or annoyances, but rather as prime opportunities for improvement....

Leadership is not about developing a cult of followers who unquestioningly admire you and your achievements. Great leaders don’t develop followers...

In this inaugural online column, A Day in the Life of an Administrator, we sat down with Karen Reiter, RN, CNOR, RNFA, CASC, vice president...

When a well-intentioned employee fails at a task or falls short of their organization’s goals, great leaders don’t destroy their self-esteem by...

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