I have found a couple.
All nursing jobs
are the same.
It's the people who make the difference.
Take some time to read about different management styles. There's several. NMs, admins, and DONs usually end-up using one style, sometimes a combination of 1 or 2 styles. When you can understand the philosophy behind these styles, you can start to identify them. When you interview for a job, you can ask a few questions that can give you a clue to how that person is going to lead or manage.
Two very broad categories of managements styles go like this:
1. believes that all workers are lazy, stupid, and that the only way to get work out of them is to constantly threaten and punish.
2. believes that all workers try to do their best, and tries to understand where management is failing when work isn't done.
Well, you get the idea. A little homework for you, but yes, those good places are out there. Just learn what to look for in an interview so you won't spend a lot of time with trial and error.
Good luck! You deserve to be happy. We all do.