Consider nominating an extraordinary OMC nurse leader.
The DAISY Nurse Leader Award recognizes extraordinary nurses in leadership roles. Despite working under tremendous pressure, nurse leaders provide a haven of safety for staff, both physically and emotionally. In this environment, nurses are inspired to do their very best by nurse leaders who role-model caring behaviors. These leaders provide a setting where compassion is valued, and staff, in turn, treat patients and their families with deep humanity. Leading by example, encouraging and developing others, and engaging staff while maintain a positive outlook are valued qualities among our nursing leaders.
OMC’s DAISY committee is accepting nominations for extraordinary Nurse Leaders. Any OMC employee may submit a nomination using the form below.
Nomination deadline is Saturday, December 3 by 5 p.m.
Nurse leaders eligible to be nominated include our CNO, Directors, Managers, Assistant Managers, Educators and Supervisors.
When submitting a nomination, please include examples of how your nurse leader nominee exhibits the following leadership qualities:
L – Leads by example; is visibly present to those they lead; transformational leadership style; flexible nature that induces positive change; uses deep listening, self-knowledge and fairness as cornerstones of a flexible management style; helps grow other leaders.
E – Encouraging; keeps others’ spirits up; strong power skills – intuitive in noticing when something or someone is not alright.
A – Asks for our best; inspirational; models nursing professionalism; decisions consistently demonstrate a patient centric perspective.
D – Develops others; doesn’t tell people what to do but rather gives people the opportunity to be involved in forming their work and providing input; knows how and when to delegate to empower staff; dedicated to excellence.
E – Engages with people, including other healthcare professionals, in a way that is inclusive, equitable, and respectful. Articulate in speech and written word; mindful of their verbal and nonverbal messaging; represents the nursing profession with dignity.
R – Resilient; maintains a positive outlook; able to see opportunities where others see barriers and challenges; remains calm in the midst of the storm; real with others, doesn’t pretend things are not difficult when they are but able to redirect our focus to our mission.
As always, please be aware that patient privacy and confidentiality is very important to us, so please do not disclose any details about any specific medical procedures or care.