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    Dealing with Change in a Department Reorganization

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    A new director decides to reorganize the department you work in. This reorganization comes about without input from the employees and many of the nurses that you oversee are feeling resentful of the change. As a nurse leader, identify factors that may lead to conflict and ways you can manage them.

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    A new director decides to reorganize the department you work in. This reorganization comes about without input from the employees and many of the nurses that you oversee are feeling resentful of the change. As a nurse leader, identify factors that may lead to conflict and ways you can manage them.
    Change is always in motion at some rate especially in the world of health sciences. As a manager, there are ways that one can mediate change and help staff to accept change. No matter if the change is organizational or unit-based; it still takes people out of their comfort zone and presents them ...

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    Dealing with change with a manager who does not get input from staff.

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