Episode 53: November 27, 2019 - My Journey to Hiring Great Nurses: Tips for Hiring Managers in Healthcare

Learn how thinking “inside the box” can lead to hiring great nurses in your health care setting.

Danielle Jenkins-Dandridge, BSN, RN

Healthcare Executive Consultant, CEO of Imparting Knowledge Medical Consultants

Danielle Jenkins-Dandridge, BSN, RN, is dedicated to promoting compassion in the field of healthcare. She also enjoys helping healthcare organizations achieve positive clinical outcomes, increase revenue and add opportunities for growth. She is a nurse that understandings the business of healthcare. 

Danielle is a proud graduate of Charity-Delgado School of Nursing, where she received her Associate degree in Nursing. She received her BSN from the University of Texas-Arlington. She has been a practicing nurse for 19 years. Danielle spent her early years in the field of Oncology, Med-Surg, Wound Care and Home Health. 

She successfully ran her own home health agencies for many years before making the decision to sell and move into a corporate nursing position. She has received numerous awards in leadership, including the prestigious Award of Distinction from Charity-Delgado School of Nursing. Danielle was voted one of the top 25 Women in Business by the McKinney Chamber of Commerce. 

Host: Dawn Berndt, DNP, RN, CRNI® – INS Clinical Education & Publications Manager

Guest: Danielle Jenkins-Dandridge, BSN, RN - Healthcare Executive Consultant, CEO of Imparting Knowledge Medical Consultants.

Hiring and retaining great employees in the health care setting can be challenging. Successful organizations must learn to think “inside” the box when approaching staffing solutions. Learn from Danielle Jenkins-Dandridge as she encourages nurse managers to look for “intrapreneurs” when filling nursing roles in their organizations.

Resources:
Carnegie, Dale, 1888-1955. How To Win Friends and Influence People. New York :Simon & Schuster, 2009.

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