5 Destructive Divas in Your Nursing Unit Who Make Work Harder Than It Is

5 Destructive Divas in Your Nursing Unit Who Make Work Harder than It isThere is no doubt work days are longer and harder when people you work with gossip, complain incessantly or hysterically, issue threats, intimidate, or refuse to cooperate. These behaviors contribute to low productivity which snowballs into low morale. The cost of low productivity to the organization is in the billions with staff turnover, more error, greater risk, and poor patient outcomes.

This article offers up 5 destructive divas as examples of how certain patterns of behavior can derail teamwork and destroy collaboration. We all have fallen into one or more of these categories at some point or another.  And it is alright. One of the most valuable traits of great team is accountability. Now that you know, it is time to shift from being a DIVA to being a DELIGHTFUL coworker! If you see yourself in any of these Divas take a look at the suggestions and tips and make the shift.

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