Study evaluates the influence of nurse managers on the performance of health systems

The Importance of Engaging with Nurse Managers: Insights from AONL CEO Robyn Begley on Reducing Turnover Rates in Healthcare

AONL CEO Robyn Begley has emphasized the importance of nurse managers engaging purposefully with their team of registered nurses. According to a report released by the American Organization for Nursing Leadership and Laudio Insights, nurse managers who have regular interactions with their team, such as recognitions, check-ins, or corrective actions, are more likely to have lower turnover rates. The study also found that inpatient nurse managers who oversee 78 people or more tend to have higher RN turnover rates.

Begley highlights the challenges faced by nurse managers in healthcare, including their round-the-clock responsibility for both their nursing team and patients. She suggests that nurse leaders can use the data provided in the report to make real-time operational adjustments to better support these essential frontline leaders. With this information, nurse managers can take proactive steps to improve retention rates and ensure that their teams are properly equipped to provide high-quality care to patients.

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