The Power of Words in a Mentally Healthy Workplace Culture

February 15, 2021

One of the MOST difficult and most HEALING things a human being can do is to speak about their own “secrets.” Have we ALL grown up believing that we are the only ones who have them and that revealing these truths will destroy us? Just about everyone I know would answer “Yes” to that question. The irony is that it is those who do tell the truth and then seek help, healing, and a “maskless” life going forward, are truly the ones released from those demon secrets. My Guest, Kim LaMontagne, has not only stood up with the courage to do this, while she was a successful corporate executive dealing with alcoholism, but she has dedicated her life to helping thousands of others do the same. We will talk about the POWER such conversations bring to the healthy workplace and to the individuals who take their own power back by speaking up.

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How and Why 4.6 Million Nurses Can Heal America

February 8, 2021

Kathleen is an internationally known speaker and educator who uses the power of story and her strong background in sociology to illuminate and transform the health care culture. She has published numerous articles on leadership, culture, and teamwork and authored “Speak Your Truth: Proven Strategies for Effective Nurse-Physician Communication”, “Ending Nurse-to-Nurse Hostility”, and coauthored “Charting the Course” with her husband John Nance; and “The Dauntless Nurse: Communication Confidence Builder” with her colleagues, Dr. Martha Griffin and Arna Robins. Her recent TEDx talk challenges our covert belief that some people are more important than others. With a call to integrity and a passion for healing, Kathleen is a visionary thought leader, Op-Ed writer, and blogger for My American Nurse.

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