TRANSFORMATIONAL NURSE IDENTITIES
A radical rethink to healthcare leadership that’s effective and fun.
A book written by a Nurse for Nurses.
WANT A REVOLUTIONARY WAY TO LEAD?
With leadership under-staffed, nurse leadership is a daunting and stressful role.
It is time nurses claimed the professional leadership development that other professionals and organisations have enjoyed for years.
With so many nurses feeling burnt out and leaving the profession, a radical rethink must be had about leadership. They must create workplaces that are more fulfilling than ever.
In Transformational Nurse Identities, Michelle Taylor reveals her radical leadership strategy that is being used by hundreds of nurse leaders who have discovered that it’s not just effective – it’s also fun.
MICHELLE TAYLOR IS A CERTIFIED HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP COACH, PSYCHOLOGIST AND “HEALTHCARE INSIDER”
WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT MICHELLE'S BOOK
Here is what Josie Curr, awardee of the 2022 NT Administrators Medal of Lifetime Achievement in Nursing/Midwifery, has to say about the book.
Josie has a nursing career spanning more than 30 years across the Northern Territory, of which the last 15 years have been within senior leadership and executive roles. She has had many career highlights. She has managed wards, divisions, hospitals and strategic executive roles across the NT and other jurisdictions, government and non-govt. Most recently, she was the NT Health Commander of COVID-19 Public Health Coordination, NT Health.