BROOKFIELD, Wis., May 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 60% of nurse leaders say they place the highest value on the features of their job that effect change, according to results of a marketing research study conducted by Nurse.com, the leading healthcare brand of OnCourse Learning.
Sixty-two percent of study respondents said having a voice in organizational growth is the aspect they value most in their leadership role. Other key job features for respondents were fostering leadership in staff and colleagues (61%) and being part of the decision-making process (60%).
"Career advancement was mentioned as important to 34% of study respondents," said Nurse.com Senior Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive Eileen Williamson, MSN, RN. "The study participants included leaders with titles from nurse manager to nurse executive, working in a variety of settings." In our study, they provided insights into many aspects of their professional lives, from job satisfaction to the most important traits or skills most used by leaders."
Read the Nurse.com Leadership Profile for more information from the study.
Nurse.com is the largest print and digital magazine dedicated to registered nurses, providing news, employment opportunities, and continuing education programming through the publication and its complementary digital products including blogs, e-books and social media outlets. To learn more, visit Nurse.com.
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