Deliberate Action & Receptive Work Ethic: Must Haves for Nursing Leaders

by | Jun 12, 2019 | 1 comment

Deliberate Action & Receptive Work Ethic: Must Haves for Nursing Leaders

Sue Rees, DNP, RN, CPHQ, CENP is the Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer-Inpatient at UW Health (University of Wisconsin).

She has been there for 28 years starting as a Nurse Manager, then a Director, and for the past 6 years a VP.

Sue has main responsibility for inpatient operations at this academic medical center.


A few take aways from our interview with Sue Rees, DNP, RN, CPHQ, CENP include:

  • How self-reflection provides room for nursing growth;
  • What using empathy can do for nursing resiliency;
  • And why the lack of delegation may hold your nursing colleagues back!

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1 Comment

  1. Kris Sendelbach

    One also needs a true compassion for another person, a loving concern that is not fake or disapppears by the end of the shift.


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