Survey: Are your staff meetings productive? - page 2
This months survey Question... Are your staff meetings productive? FYI: Here are the results from this survey question, when asked on allnurses.com last month: Yes 33.33 % No 66.67 % ... Read More
Mar 30, '08Occupation: Academic Specialty: ER, ICU, Administration (briefly) ; Joined: Mar '08; Posts: 197; Likes: 428How many nurses voted?
It does seem to reflect the same ratios (2/3 say no) that the national surveys demonstrate.
Apr 4, '08Occupation: registered nuse Joined: Apr '03; Posts: 3,118; Likes: 841Last staff meeting I went to put me to sleep. Still working on issues from 2 years ago. LOL. So NO, meeting not productive.
Apr 4, '08Occupation: Academic Specialty: ER, ICU, Administration (briefly) ; Joined: Mar '08; Posts: 197; Likes: 428Quote from barefootladyOMG, I have never been so bored in my life as most staff meetings. LOVE working all night and then staying over until 9 or 10 to hear about clocking in early (or Late), some new piece of equipment I've already been using for a month, or being chewed out because of satisfaction rates or some other BS.Last staff meeting I went to put me to sleep. Still working on issues from 2 years ago. LOL. So NO, meeting not productive.
Very little of it had to do with me at all, and what did could have been sent in an email.
Same BS over, and over, and over again....:zzzzz
May 23, '08Occupation: home health nurse Specialty: 5 year(s) of experience in med surg ; Joined: Apr '08; Posts: 23; Likes: 19Heck no!! My nurse manager seems to only push her agenda..or tell us what we need to work on...I remember being told you guys are doing a great job I think once or twice..As soon as we start to mention the things we need on the floor to function better or what machine isn't working properly or the staffing issue she scribbles on her "note pad" and quickly moves on LOL...