NNBA Nurse Entrepreneur News – 01/15/2019
Was it only a couple of weeks ago that we were celebrating the Holidays? Before we know it, another year is here and gone. What are you planning to do differently this year that will make you feel like it was time well spent? As I’ve grown older, I realize the less things I do, done well, gives me more satisfaction than more things done less well. This concept is beautifully written in How to Master the Art of Slowing Down below in our articles of interest.
Are you a Coach and a member of the NNBA? Help me promote you by filling in the form here: NNBA Coaching Resource Directory. I make a good deal of referrals and having this information will make it easy for our members to see the resources they are looking for.
Brand Exposure, Lead Generation, Face to Face Networking, Relationship Building; what are you looking for? Sponsorship, Exhibit Space and Advertising information has been posted on our website. Check out the marketing opportunities here for your business. https://nnbanow.com/sponsorship-quick-view/ Exhibit space is limited so be sure to enter your application soon!
Save the Dates – September 27 – 29, 2019! Las Vegas, Nevada, the entertainment and foodie capital of the world, is the location of next year’s conference. Join over three hundred like-minded nurses in discovering hundreds of ideas, best practices, and building authentic connections that is unparalleled in the healthcare industry. Don’t miss any announcements! Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/nnbanow/ and NNBA members https://www.facebook.com/groups/nnbanurseentrepreneurs/.
Negotiation skills are very valuable. I wish I had known earlier how important that knowledge would be in my nursing career. 6 Tactics to Be the Ultimate Dealmaker is our first article below. I am in total agreement with Paula McKinney, DNP, RN, NE-BC, vice president, patient services and her comments on the Top 5 Nurse Leadership Issues. Shift lengths, technology that assists, addressing patient diversity, connecting with bedside nurses, and promotion of self-care requires innovation and commitment. CNO’s need to let their inner entrepreneur rule.