Leaders can’t flourish in a blame culture
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Leaders can’t flourish in a blame culture

Caroline Shuldham @CMShuldham Chair, RCNi editorial advisory board

Nurse directors can only give their best when they receive the support that all members of staff have a right to expect

Optimistic, knowledgeable, forward-looking, willing to be challenged and able to instil confidence – these are just some of the qualities displayed every day by effective nurses in board or other senior leadership positions.

Nursing Standard. 33, 2, 25-25. doi: 10.7748/ns.33.2.25.s13

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