Engaging Your Nursing Staff: Developing a Leadership Style that Works!
Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Webinar time: 12:00PM – 1:00PM Central
1.0 CE for CEU credit for both nurses (AANAC) and administrators (NCERS/NAB)
This webinar is about “nurses”….. Nurse Managers, Charge Nurses and other nurses that influence staff in our LTC communities. Nurses are the crux of our organizations and are essential in the provision of quality of care. They influence and affect the overall work environment. Their knowledge, skills, and commitment have a significant impact on their team and their clients.
During this presentation, we will focus on skills, behaviors and some principals of leadership that are necessary to be an effective nurse leader. None of this information was taught to any of us in our nursing education. The old “trial by fire” way is how many of us have learned what works and what doesn’t! We all faltered as we faced our day by day supervisory and management responsibilities.
Do you know…
- how to set high expectations and goals?
- the best ways to encourage and provide support and recognition?
- the process to be sure you are making effective decisions?
- how to become a super-hero in multitasking or better yet, in delegating?
- the best ways to deal with conflict and work collaboratively with staff and clients?
- the best method for building communication and trust?
Now that we are in the midst of the storm, learn the most effective steps to help protect staff and residents. What we can do now to reduce the spread as well as what kinds of programs are needed to survive the pandemic outbreak.
You will learn about the “bubble” concept and how this can be effective in our facility. This information will provide you with the tools and programs needed to weather the storm.
Join Joyce Warriner, RNC, MS – President of LTC Compliance Consulting as she shares her insight on ways that nurses can become more effective leaders.
This webinar will be of interest to nurses in leadership positions.
Please forward to others within your community that would benefit from participating.
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