Anyone who does charge in the OR-please give your feedback.Any advice for someone coming into a charge position who has only a year and a half of experience as a nurse and who is been told she's too easygoing? It can be difficult at times because I'm naive enough to believe that because I'm a straightforward person, others are as well.It's funny, some people love this being in charge thing but I'm not feeling the love. It's not everyone giving me grief either, and I've been told by the boss that I'm doing fine. So, do I let her know that certain people are pulling crap on me or do I stick it out and hope they get bored? I don't want to be a doormat, but no one likes a tattletail either.(I haven't used the term "tattletail" since elementary school-goes to show how childish behavior can be in the OR)I'm basically happy in this OR-particularly when it comes to actual circulating and scrubbing and I'm learning a lot. And again, the majority of people have been great.But, I wasn't aware when I took this job that I'd be in charge on this shift-it wasn't mentioned at the interview or in my job offer letter. I blame mysef for not asking more questions about that though.Any advice would be greatly appreciated.