Nurse leaders play one of the most pivotal roles in healthcare delivery as they directly impact both patient care delivery and the training of the next generation of health care providers. The IHP Program for Nurse Leaders: Raising Your Leadership Impact is designed for nurse leaders aspiring to grow their leadership practice for an even greater impact on individuals, teams, and organization. The goals of the program are to:
Throughout, participants will be exposed to leadership models and self-assessments, active dialogue about building effective teams, methods for creating a culture of change based on responsive/responsible communication and strategic thinking, and opportunities to reflect on and discuss application of learning through a community of learners and executive coaches. Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of their individual leadership presence and skills and how those skills help them reframe their environment to engage others. A certificate of completion will be awarded at the end of the program.
Mid-level nurse managers and leaders across the continuum of care and academia, including:
The 6-month program consists of three 2-day virtual workshops focused on leading the self, the team, and the organization. Participants will further explore and grow as leaders through self-assessments, group exercises, asynchronous learning, discussions with panels of nurse leaders, and small group and individual coaching.
At the end of the 6 months, participants will achieve the following goals:
Virtual workshops accompanied by periodic online learning modules. Schedule is subject to change.
April 8-9, 2021 - 2-Day Virtual Workshop
May-June 2021 - Asynchronous Independent Learning
June 10-11, 2021 - 2-Day Virtual Workshop
July-August 2021 - Asynchronous Independent Learning
September 23-24, 2021 - Closing 2-Day Virtual Workshop
The framework of the program considers three inter-related dimensions of leading: self, teams & systems.
The program will draw upon leadership models, self, team and organizational development best practices, and the interprofessional collaboration competencies from the 2016 Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) as frameworks for selection of topics and active learning experiences.
The four competency domains of IPEC provide a foundation for development and achievement of program deliverables within the context of collaborative, team-based approaches to shared decision making and organizational effectiveness.