would you teach in a place where you had personal difference
- 0Jun 8, '12 by RNHURTi am so happy to be teaching new RN's soon. Unfortunately i would be taking my students to a clinical site where i use to work myself and had to leave because of some persona diff with manager . that manager is no longer manager but she is still employee there. except for this person i have no problem with anything, i know every equipment and floor routines about this site. my employer is understanding and said they'll give me another unit in same site so i dont have to go with my students to unit where i use to work. i am confident of my capabilities but am worried if personal differences will hinder my professional work environment.
- 0Jun 9, '12 by orthonurse55If you have to go back to this facility, you will have to show some true professionalism! It will not be easy at all, but your students will learn a lot from your actions. We teach our students that we have to work with all kinds of people and cannot like everyone on the team, right? I wouldn't actually tell them of your problems with her but I am sure they will pick up on it while you are there - they always do! Just be the professional that your school hired and show those students how to work in any situation - it will be a great life lesson for them! Good luck!