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Leadership comes in different styles and qualities. A licensed nurse brings an essential set of skills — time management, critical thinking, communication, and interpersonal — as well as reliability and hands-on experience to his or her participation on a board, committee, or commission. It’s a role no other clinician can fill.
The Oregon Nurses on Boards Project is dedicated to providing everything you need to know about board service. From how to find a board to an description of its various roles and responsibilities, we’ve got up-to-date resources, tools, links, and tips to help you step into your own leadership, start to make a greater impact on your community, and bring your powerful nurse’s perspective to the boardroom.
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