Mentoring in the workplace delivers myriad benefits for the nursing workforce including job retention, promotion and advancement, higher satisfaction, morale and productivity. Now more than ever, it is considered an essential element in keeping nurses engaged and satisfied throughout their professional journey. Primary Times Autumn 2018 (Volume 18, Issue 1)
Nurses and midwives must be registered with the NMBA, and meet the NMBA's professional standards in order to practise in Australia. Includes the Code of Ethics for Nurses, and the Code of Professional Conduct.
This webinar will list three types of feedback, describe barriers to giving and receiving feedback, outline how to respond constructively to feedback.
Networking meetings have helped reduce feelings of isolation and have empowered nurses to enhance their roles and identify the potential for change and improvement in their clinical setting.
In this webinar we will discuss the number one obstacle to an effective mentoring conversation, identify the three essential skills for mentoring, describe actions that improve communication.
A package of video presentations on mentoring. Consists of: 6 x presentations.
This webinar will describe different ways to mentor, summarise the dynamics of a mentoring relationship, outline mentoring roles, list the 4 questions that make a mentoring conversation work.
This webinar will list phases in a mentoring relationship, understand the need to discuss expectations, identify ways to maintain the momentum of mentoring.