Upon the foundation of IDENTITY and SERVICE, we introduce the third attribute from which purpose can thrive – MASTERY. From our extensive research with nurses, we learned about the various versions of becoming or being an expert, excelling at different stages of one’s career, drive to... Read More
Upon the foundation of IDENTITY, we learned that nurses build a sense of purpose from a theme called SERVICE. From meeting with nurses we learned about the experiences that instill a sense of purpose, we heard “to help people” from every... Read More
Nurses are among the most trusted of all professions. Therefore, it is only natural to assume that their customers — the patients and families with whom they provide a healing service — believe in their abilities more than any other profession.... Read More
To give too much of a thing to someone, to defeat or overpower or to have a strong emotional effect on, are all ways in which the New Oxford Dictionary defines overwhelm. When we ‘give too much of a thing... Read More
It is no secret that organizations seeking growth are interested in improving financials; especially during constrained times. Efficiency and productivity are examples of outcomes that can be positively managed to create organizational return to stakeholders. This is true for non-profit... Read More
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