Put an End to Nurse Manager Overload

Transform overwhelmed unit managers into high-performing and inspiring nursing leaders

Put an end to nurse manager overload

Nurse managers are finally being recognized for their outsize impact on clinical outcomes and staff performance. But this recognition comes with a high cost; they are so critical to their unit’s performance that nurse managers find themselves overwhelmed by an unrelenting flood of new work.

This report outlines the main causes of nurse manager overload and equips executive leaders with five strategies for solving it.


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