If approached with curiosity and an open heart, mentorship can set the stage for a symbiotic relationship that serves both teacher and pupil.
Formal mentoring programs in healthcare systems have been linked to increased employee retention, engagement and satisfaction. It is known to attract new talent.
Go for the job, never stop learning, and find good mentors. These are a few of the tips Cleveland Clinic’s Chief Caregiver Officer has gleaned from her own nursing career.
Executive Chief Nursing Officer Meredith Foxx shares how to get the most out of your nurse mentoring experience with these tips.
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Cleveland Clinic Nursing has joined the College Now Mentoring Program of Greater Cleveland, furthering its commitment to support, guide and mentor the next generation of nurses.
ECNO Kelly Hancock shares examples of some programs that are mentoring the nurses of the future.
Whether you are the mentor or the mentee, the relationship is equally important. We asked three members of our Women’s Professional Staff Association, “What qualities makes the best mentor-mentee relationship?”
Cleveland Clinic helps new nurses acclimate to the healthcare system and their units with a personalized precepting program that pairs new caregivers with experienced nurses for one-on-one mentoring.
When long-time nurses reach out to their less experienced peers, it opens up communication, leads to professional development and advances innovations in healthcare. For Nursing at Cleveland Clinic, it’s a priority.
Cleveland Clinic encourages nurses to participate in conferences at the local, regional and national level.