Leaders play a pivotal role in society. No matter the field, leaders are those who show the way to other people. They build a path for others to travel, ensuring progress and success for everyone. As John Maxwell once said, “A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way.”
Throughout history, great leaders have solved some of the toughest challenges facing humanity. We live in a time when strong, empathetic leadership teams are needed – people who are willing and able to confront unprecedented obstacles.
This is why training leaders is one of the most important things any organization can do. The more focused, skilled, trained, and wise leaders we have, the more the society will make progress while ensuring well-being and happiness for all. This is especially important in the healthcare industry, which has a direct and significant impact on the lives of patients and communities.
This is where Stephanie Berman, MSN, RN, CALM, makes an impact. Through her extensive experience working with patients, residents, healthcare teams, and leaders, she recognizes the paramount importance of developing responsible and knowledgeable leaders. Her experiences have also taught her that only the right type of education can make that happen.
And the right education is imparted through engagement.
This is why she frequently offers public speaking services on leadership, where she talks about fundamental management principles, codes of ethics, effective task delegation, essential leadership skills, ways to foster effective team communication, and many other elements that help build better and more mindful leadership. She even helps leaders in team building and assists them in inspiring their team members.
Leaders: Unlock Your Team’s Potential
Through her tireless work with Engagement Through Education (ETE) and RN Delegation Academy (RNDA), Stephanie aims to solve some of the most pressing issues and challenges that leaders face in their day-to-day operations. She has already empowered countless organizations, healthcare teams, patients, and leaders. And it is her mission to serve the unique needs of different caregivers. You can contact her for a booking through ETE or RNDA.