Is it advisable to acknowledge your NM of certain behaviors that you are finding a bit weird for you? Like a colleage always being very rude, and complaining about your rudeness to them. Or a Charge nurse, whom you feel makes communication diificult for you but takes it upon themself to complain about your work.
I have been told by my CN to my NM of my "work", without NM knowing my side.
Dec 1, '12
Um, I apologize but your train of thought is a bit difficult to follow. However, yes, if complaints are being placed against you, I would speak to the NM. I would avoid making yourself look whiny and/confrontational about it though. Try to phrase it more about needing to know what the issues are so you can improve yourself and your performance.