What are you staying for? If a patient is declining, or having an emergency, then I will stay, because the nurse walking into this patient hasn't even assessed them or got to know them, and I am better prepared to assist in getting them transferred to the ICU or giving them an urgent med than the nurse reading report.
However, if the patient is simply due for a scheduled medication or routine intervention that occurs after my shift officially ends, then I don't do it. It is the next nurse's responsibility. I try hard to do all of my documentation throughout my shift, however it's not always possible. But if I have a change of shift note available at the time the next nurse's shift starts, then I expect them to have read it by the time I leave. I don't wait until the nurse who strolls on in 30 minutes late finishes reading her personal emails and then decides to read change of shift report. If I feel there is something important to emphasize, then I will pass that on; but otherwise, I'm out.