The relationship between an employer and employee presumes mutual trust, but it’s not well defined. When trust is broken, the assumptive world of safety and security in the workplace is deeply violated. While grief is rarely identified as influencing broken trust, it is a powerful force that must be understood and acknowledged.
- 75% of learners will identify at least one change or improvement within their professional/personal development based on the information learned during the microlearning session topic.
- Microlearning Presentation — The Fragility of Our Trust in Our Workplace: Easily Broken, Necessary to Repair
- PDF — How to Establish Trust
Martie Moore, MAOM, RN, CPHQ, is an Executive Consultant, former System, Magnet CNO. She serves on numerous boards focused on advancing nursing, workplace environment and employee/patient safety. She recently was honored with an honorary doctorate degree for her contributions in advancing healthcare and nursing by St. Martin’s University. She holds several patents and trademarks for healthcare innovations and leadership models. Based upon her knowledge and expertise, Moore publishes and presents nationally and internationally on transforming healthcare.
Ann Bindra, MSN, RN, NPD-BC, CCRN-K, is a board-certified Nursing Professional Development Specialist and Critical Care Nurse Educator. She currently oversees several educational programs at UCLA Health. Ann values life-long learning and is currently in a doctoral program. She hopes to inspire other nurses to never give up on their educational goals.