Excellence in Leadership: Practical , Proven Solutions for Today's Nurse Leaders
Excellence in Leadership
Practical, Proven Solutions for Today's Nursing Leaders
The next best thing to attending the live seminar!
This electronic, on-demand recording of the HCPro seminar Excellence in Leadership—presented on September 21, 2009—includes the highlights of the live program in a convenient, cost-effective format.
Order your MP3 recording of this program to obtain the latest best practices, tools, and real-life application skills to promote accountability, interpret quality data, and teach critical thinking from our panel of renowned management and leadership experts.
This program helps you to:
- Build a culture of accountability
- Develop conflict management skills
- Be a leader in challenging economic times
Your recording includes the following sessions:
State of the economy and nursing
- Leading through chaos/change
Professional accountability and holding staff accountable
Accountability breakout sessions
- Succession planning: Accountability for now and the future
Building a culture of quality
Quality breakout sessions
- Risk management
Image of nursing
- Presentation of the 2009 Image of Nursing awards
Who Should Listen?
- Recruitment and retention specialists
- Chief nursing officers/executives
- Directors of nursing
- Vice presidents of nursing
- Nurse managers
- Clinical supervisors
- Staff educators/staff development specialists
- Patient care directors
- Charge nurses
About the faculty:
Kathleen Bartholomew, RC, RN, MN, served as the manager of a 57-bed orthopedic and spine unit in a tertiary hospital in Seattle for six years. As a registered nurse and counselor, she uses stories to shed light on the challenges and issues facing nurses today. She has been a national speaker for the nursing profession for the past five years. Recognizing that the culture of an institution is critical to patient safety, she speaks on building community in the workplace and improving physician-nurse and nurse-nurse relationships. She is the author of HCPro books, Speak Your Truth: Proven Strategies for Effective Nurse-Physician Communication, Ending Nurse-to-Nurse Hostility: Why Nurses Eat Their Young and Each Other, and Stressed Out About Communication Skills: An Insider’s Guide to Success, and co-author of The Image of Nursing: Perspectives on Shaping, Empowering, and Elevating the Nursing Profession.
Shelley Cohen, RN, BS, CEN, is the founder and president of Health Resources Unlimited, a Tennessee based healthcare education and consulting company. Through her seminars for nursing professionals, she coaches and educates healthcare workers and leaders across the country to provide the very best in patient care. She is an editorial advisor for StrategiesforNurseManagers.com, published by HCPro, Inc., and is a frequent contributor to Nursing Management magazine. She also co-authored the book, The Image of Nursing: Perspectives on Shaping, Empowering, and Elevating the Nursing Profession, and A Practical Guide to Recruitment and Retention: Skills for Nurse Managers, is a contributing author of Core Skills for Nurse Managers: A Training Toolkit, and is the lead author of the Critical Thinking book series, all published by HCPro, Inc.
Eileen L. Dohmann, RN, MBA, NEA-BC, has more than 25 years of nursing experience. She has worked for MediCorp Health System for three years as administrative director for MW Home Health and Hospice and now vice president of nursing at Mary Washington Hospital. She is responsible for nursing care and services at Mary Washington Hospital, as well as operational oversight for MW Home Health and Hospice and Cancer Center of Virginia. She is an advocate for the profession of nursing and excellence in nursing practice, and authored the HCPro book Accountability in Nursing: Six Strategies to Build and Maintain a Culture of Commitment.
Cole Edmonson, RN, MS, FACHE, NEA-BC, is currently practicing at Medical City Dallas Hospital as the vice president and chief nursing officer. He has facilitated the development of numerous programs throughout his career designed to develop the front-line manager, increase job satisfaction, and evaluate outcomes related to performance. He has been a lecturer at the university, national, and community level, speaking on topics that range from customer service to advanced neurological assessment. He is a published author on topics ranging from “just culture” to implementing evidence-based practice.
Barbara Hannon, RN, MSN, CPHQ, is the ANCC Magnet Recognition Program® (MRP) coordinator for a 680-bed facility in the Midwest. As an MRP coordinator, she has written and edited the standards required by the Magnet Recognition Program® Commission, organized and motivated MRP Champions, and spearheaded MRP activities that included fairs, contests, and potlucks to increase the visibility of the program. Along with being an MRP coordinator, she chairs a Professional Nursing Practice Committee and Nursing Retention Committee and is involved in quality improvement activities. She frequently gives presentations on the MRP, shared governance, and evidence-based practice.
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