Sometimes You G et S and in Your Shoe…. Rich Bluni, RN, LHRM Studer Group International Speaker Author of: Inspired Nurse. Mission & Vision. Studer Group Mission To make healthcare better – for employees to work, for physicians to practice medicine and for patients to receive care.
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Rich Bluni, RN, LHRM
Studer Group International Speaker Author of:
Bottom Line Results
(Transparency and Accountability)
Prescriptive To Do’s
Purpose, worthwhile work
and makinga difference
Do we give people what WE think they want?
Moving into Excellence requires asking a lot of questions…
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Can’t Hold onto a Grudge and Inspiration at the same time.
**Then also try ignoring chest pain, bleeding, fire alarms and that guy running towards you carrying a machete and wearing a hockey mask…
Address it directly with the other person. Not always an option.
This is what it comes down to anyway. It is for YOU.
To do’s, Tactics, Processes, Short cuts, Lessons Learned, Applying Fixes based on data, Must Have’s,
We Are Seen Differently. Survive.
Thought Process, Feelings, Emotional Link, Heart, Spirit, Applying Fixes because it is humane/the right thing to do, inspires the team.
We See Differently. Thrive.
“To Get to That…You Got To Get Through This…”
“Honey, yogurt should never make you cry!”
“The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some become stronger at the broken places…”
~ Ernest Hemingway
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“A sandy shoe can bother you, if you allow it to. But really, it’s there to remind you that at least you’ve been to the beach…”
~Rich Bluni, RN