Amazon Book Review: Confident Voices: The Nurses' Guide to Improving Communication & Creating Positive Workplaces

Title: Confident Voices: The Nurses' Guide to Improving Communication & Creating Positive Workplaces

Author: Beth Boynton, RN MS

Amazon Review:

“Confident Voices is a "must read" for every nurse who has had conversations with peers, supervisors, physicians and health care providers that have ended badly or wanted a different outcome. Confident Voices is designed to negotiate health care in the 21st Century and for communicating in a way that leaves everyone feeling included and honored in the process of day-to-day discussions in getting the job done. Beth Boynton's book provides the nurse with conversation tools to navigate difficult situations and provides support and feedback to reframe the situation so all involved win. I appreciate all the work Beth Boynton did in writing this book and the necessity of clear, concise communications in this difficult period we are all facing in the health care today.”

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Have you read Confident Voices? What did you think of it? Has it helped you communicate at work?

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