Nurses, It’s Time to Work Hard… Play Harder!
A well-rounded nurse knows that nursing is not all work and no play. That’s right. A nurse who thrives in his or her nursing career knows a secret. What’s that. you might wonder…
Well, this week’s video will give you:
- Ideas for ways to “play” in nursing
- Reasons why playing hard can help you work harder
- Encouragement and support for finding the time for work life balance
Well, what do you think? What benefits do you see to enjoying play outside of work? Let’s hear from you and thanks for watching!
About the Author: Keynote speaker and virtual conference host, Elizabeth Scala MSN/MBA, RN, partners with hospitals, nursing schools, and nurse associations to transform the field of nursing from the inside out. As the host of the Nurse’s Week program, The Art of Nursing, Elizabeth supports nursing organizations in celebrating and recognizing their staff in a meaningful way. Elizabeth received her dual master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University. She is also a certified coach and Reiki Master Teacher. Elizabeth lives in Maryland with her supportive husband and playful pit bull.
Getting away from it all will help open your creative channels which will bring benefit to your work and by making time for “play” you will increase productivity and a better sense of well-being when you are at work. I learned this lesson the hard way!
Thanks for the input, Sarah. Great point about how getting away spurs creativity. Thanks for stopping by and sharing your comment!