Positive and Productive in Your Nursing Career: EPS 108

by | Aug 16, 2017 | 2 comments

Positive and Productive in Your Nursing Career

Find support in your nursing career. Continue to build that professional network. And have fun while you learn and grow!

A few take aways from our interview with Santisha L. Walker, RN, CWC, BS include:
  • How empathy and understanding make for an exceptional nursing career;
  • Why even though growth can take time, it is so worth it;
  • And what being both positive and organized can do for your professional success!

Santisha Walker joins the #yournextshift #podcastSantisha L. Walker, RN, CWC, BS great passion is assisting others to reach their full potential along life’s journey. After graduating with an Associate’s Degree in Nursing from Wake Technical Community College (WTCC) in 2013, she began working as a Registered Nurse in Cardiac and Neurology. With a strong desire to move into a different aspect of serving as a nurse, Santisha partnered with her husband as Co-Founder of Walker Group The Consultants, LLC, overseeing the health & wellness sector as Senior Health Consultant. She is currently in the process of obtaining her Masters of Science in Nursing Administration from Gardner-Webb University (GWU), with a graduation date of December 2017. You can find out more and connect with Santisha via her website, Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.

 

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Thank you, Elizabeth Scala, host of the ‘Your Next Shift’ podcast!

2 Comments

  1. Revlon Owensby

    Another great podcast! I totally agree, Elizabeth that talking st someone decreases the productivity and morals. I enjoyed this podcast!

    Reply
    • Elizabeth

      Thank you very much!! So glad that you enjoyed it. Appreciate your feedback.

      Reply

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