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How to Be a Team Player

Steve Berman | NursingLink

How to Be a Team Player

To say teamwork enhances nurses’ performance and job satisfaction almost sounds too obvious. Teamwork is a requirement in nursing, otherwise nothing would ever get done. Of course that isn’t the case for any nurse, especially nurses who work busy shifts in a hectic hospital setting.

However, it’s a lot easier when it comes to teamwork to look at others who aren’t pulling their weight than to look inward and see what you can do to help lighten the load for everyone. Are you doing all that you can to be a good team player? Read these 10 tips, and if you follow all of them there’s a good chance you could be your nursing team’s MVP!

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