Me, a nit picker? - page 3

Sorry, this is gonna be a long rant. Had my 3 month evaluation at work today (only been there for a year):p Have very mixed feelings about the whole thing. First of all I acknowledge that... Read More

  1. by   ceecel.dee
    Those complaining coworkers are feeling guilty for knowing what needs to be done, but making a choice to sit on their butts and do nothing. Now that you (energetic go-getter that you are) are making some headway, they feel threatened.

    You keep up the good work, making life for the residents better, making the nursing care more professional and legal...you go!
  2. by   Fgr8Out
    Have any of you heard of PRIVATE MESSAGES? They work great when you want to take your discussion into a direction that's OFF the subject....

    just adding my 2 cents to what I see ....

    Peace
  3. by   UKRNinUSA
    Originally posted by Fgr8Out
    Have any of you heard of PRIVATE MESSAGES? They work great when you want to take your discussion into a direction that's OFF the subject....

    just adding my 2 cents to what I see ....

    Peace
    Thanks for the info Lori, but I had my reasons for posting my reply here and not via a private message
  4. by   rebelwaclause
    ^5 Fgr8Out...High five....
  5. by   LasVegasRN
    Originally posted by Burn NA
    Adrienurse-

    Everyone has given you such great advice. I know someone else who has gone through the same thing as yourself, and I understand how difficult it is to work in that kind of environment. I bet that you try to present issues in a very objective, informative way -- a type of communication that works in male-dominated or mixed gender working environments, but can (unfortunately) be taken personally as some kind of emotional assault by a group of mostly women. It sounds like you place the patient first in everything you do, and want to give them the best service you can -- that's wonderful! Please stick to what you feel is right & don't start second-guessing yourself. The world NEEDS more people like you -- those who problem-solve & identify ways to create streamlined efficiency & a better service for the patients.
    I agree 100% - coming from one who responds better in a male-dominated work environment.

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