Joan Ellis Beglinger MSN, RN, MBA, FACHE, FAAN has practiced for nearly 30 years as a tertiary medical center vice president/ CNO, building expertise in transforming the professional practice environment from traditional hierarchy to shared decision making through professional governance. She is a champion of advancing the profession of Nursing through investment in the direct care nurse, enabling ownership of practice at the point of care.
Joan has spoken extensively both nationally and internationally. Her numerous presentations and publications have focused on the development of an organizational culture that supports clinical excellence.
A few take aways from our interview with Joan Ellis Beglinger MSN, RN, MBA, FACHE, FAAN include:
- How active listening is one of the most important leadership qualities;
- What making a mistake on an important document can teach you about leadership;
- And why providing meaningful voice to all nurses is the answer to nursing burnout!
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