Am I the only one?
I went to classes 15-30 minutes early only to find them closed off and full. I also sat in on many classes that didn't tell me any more than I already knew.
"Toxic work environment" type classes basically told me what I already knew: You can't win with a bullying nurse manager or colleague who has a lot of pull so you basically need to leave your job if you find yourself in such a situation and can't tolerate it anymore.
My employer paid for my attendance but I can only imagine how frustrating it would be for people who paid their own way to find the classes they wanted full and closed off and/or to attend classes that did not provide any new insight or information on a particular topic.
Am I the only nurse who didn't think that NTI was the greatest enlightening experience of their career?
There seems to be a lot of NTI cheerleaders out there and I'm now wondering why.