Archive for the 'Charge RN' Category

One Attitude Spreads Ebola: Arrogance

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

I have been watching the Ebola epidemic for months, posting in various social media related to the epidemic’s spread due to my deep concern related to what I believe will be a horrific world-wide threat for months if not years.  I hope we will now wake up and pay attention, world-wide. Yes, now we have […]

NEW Advance Orders for the Master Coach Manual

Saturday, October 4th, 2014

Reserve your copy NEW! Advance Orders for the MASTER COACH MANUAL for the Relationship & Results Oriented Healthcare Program   A DAILY WORKBOOK RESOURCE FOR EVERY HEALTHCARE LEADER PURSUING ZERO HARM New from Hansten Healthcare PLLC: a vital resource derived from 22 years as a consultant  and educator for approximately 175 healthcare organizations and 40 […]

Coach as Chief Correlator of Tasks to Results Thru Delegation Skill and Teamwork Development

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

Coach as Chief Correlator of Tasks to Results Through Delegation Skill and Teamwork Development Nurse Leader, August 2014   http://www.nurseleader.com/issue/S1541-4612(14)X0005-4 Ruth I. Hansten, RN, PhD, FACHE   DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mnl.2013.10.007 A new article in August 2014′s Nurse Leader: I wrote about a topic that I spoke about at the Northwest Organization of Nurse Executives Nurse Manager Forum […]

Complimentary WSNA Webinar 2/18: Follow the Money: Nurses Leading Value Based Care

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

   Your link to  WSNA CE PAGE  Facilitated by  Ruth Hansten, RN, PhD, FACHE on behalf of WSNA Overview:  In this   webinar, nurses will learn about the pivotal role nursing must play to create   a better future for healthcare, so that patients/families and the public   enjoy excellent outcomes for each healthcare dollar spent.  The IOM recommendations   […]

The Value of Coaching

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

Feedback from healthcare leaders about the most valuable aspects of coaching, after  receiving coaching, and after coaching development: Ability to pause, reflect, and grow Learning to monitor my own reactions I learned to be a more active listener Gained from listening more effectively I have begun using more open-ended questions (with the intention that the conversations lead to […]