How Are You Recognizing Others?

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Welcome to day 3 of the Your Gratitude is Showing! challenge, powered by CeraVe.

Recognizing nurses for a job well done keeps them pushing forward, especially in times of high-stress. That’s why it’s so crucial.

Studies show that meaningful recognition can renew a nurse’s commitment to their profession. How often do you recognize and show appreciation to the other nurses in your life?

Today is a great day to start. Use these ideas to incorporate more meaningful nurse recognition into the workplace:
  • Send kudos to a coworker’s boss about the great job they’re doing
  • Give shout-outs during meetings
  • Deliver or mail handwritten notes with compliments and praise
  • Say “thank you” more often
  • Send flowers, balloons, or e-Cards
  • Start a (virtual) gratitude tree on a whiteboard
Need more inspiration and ideas? Read our blog post on incorporating meaningful nurse recognition.

Share your moments of gratitude with us here or in our private Facebook group, on Twitter or Instagram. Remember to tag us with #healthynurse and #yourgratitudeisshowing.

Find this helpful? Use the social media links on the left side of your page to share it with a nurse and invite them to join Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation!

Missed day 2? Catch up here. Join us on day 4.


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Posted by Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation (HNHN) on Aug 5, 2020 1:14 PM America/Chicago

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I have always said thank you to my co-workers. I also tell them that I appreciate them also.
  • Posted Fri 07 Aug 2020 11:23 AM CDT

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