Connect and Communicate as a Nursing Professional
Shifters, it is all about making connections. This next guest reminds us that transparent communication, staying in touch, and growing our networks can be key in our nursing career success.
A few take aways from our interview with Shannon D Maass include:
- How learning to say “no” opens you up to saying “yes” to yourself;
- Why communicating transparently creates work life balance;
- And what hand-written cards can do for your professional relationships!
Shannon D Maass started working in healthcare as a CNA in 2002 and later became a med-tech. Shannon transitioned into a corrections recruiter role last year. She hopes to now bring an impact to the nurses she works with. Aside from appreciating her employees, Shannon enjoys educating folks about the corrections specialty. You can find out more and connect with Shannon via her website or on Facebook.
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