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Factors that Relate to Aggression Perpet...rated Against Nurses by Patients, Relatives and Staff
Disruptive clinician behaviour such as bullying, physical violence and more subtle behaviours such as withholding vital information or gossiping, can be highly destructive within a work environment. W...hat are some of the solutions to disarming and managing this behaviour?
Class actions are a special type of lawsuit that require multiple people. A brief overview of class actions will be discussed, as well as some examples of cases....
Trends in Law and Nurse Management
As part of your management responsibilities, it is important that you are across current legal trends as they relate to the provision of care and staff. This session will review several recent cases t...hat involved management decisions. It will demonstrate the importance of ensuring you systematically follow a logical course of action should an untoward event occur on your watch.
Overcoming Resistance to New Technology
New developments in modern technology are rapidly transforming healthcare and are a part of life. Integrating new technology into your workplace can threaten non-digitally confident staff and create p...roblems and resistance to the change.
Analyse This: Strategic Thinking for Mod...ern Managers
The ability to plan long-term whilst maximising performance is a must for managers. Learning to think strategically will help managers map out the the road to success whilst building analytical and te...am planning skills.
Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and ...Ambiguity (VUCA) - Welcome to Management 2015
VUCA - an acronym derived from US military activities in Iraq in the 1990s - refers to an environment where instability and unpredictability are the norm. Management leaders now talk about VUCA as a c...oncept affecting many workplaces today, not just the military. This session sheds light on the meaning of VUCA and why it is necessary to change the way you see management now and in the future.