Bullying & Incivility in Nursing, Understanding and Owning Our Complicit Behavior: Insights from Phyllis

  Shining Light on Our Complicit Behavior As I traveled across the country in 2016 speaking to nurse leaders, there was agreement on several points addressing disruptive behavior. The nurse leaders estimated that the majority of their nursing staff (85%) demonstrated the practices that align with showing up to work ready and willing to do […]

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Five Things Career Coaches Understand by Phyllis

  Professional and career coaching became the buzz earlier this decade, immediately showcasing numerous benefits to positioning individuals for success. Helping people become more emotionally competent and effective personally and professionally develops avenues for new opportunities. Career and professional coaches provide confidence, inspiration and insight. They also provide the right mindset for professional achievement. Here […]

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Highlights from the 2016 OR Today Magazine Convention’s Key Note Presentation: An Interview with Phyllis

Original Article Featured in OR Today Magazine, November 2016 Edition Do you believe that workplace bullying and incivility are the same? No. Workplace incivility can best be defined as low-intensity unpleasant behavior that is rude, impolite, or inconsiderate. While the target can feel insulted or angry; an actual desire or intent to harm the other person […]

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