Advanced Nursing Leadership Academy | May 2-4, 2018
As you advance in your leadership career, you face increasingly complex issues and decisions, changes in patient care delivery, and resource constraints. This course will help you tackle those challenges head on!
This engaging 3-day program combines lecture, self-assessment, discussion, and small group activity. It is followed by 3 one-to-one personal coaching sessions. Faculty include expert nursing executives from the Johns Hopkins Health System and Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
One-to-One Coaching Sessions After the Program: This is truly a unique opportunity! Included with this course are 3 one-hour individual executive coaching sessions by International Coach Federation-accredited experts from DRW Coaching, Inc. In addition to creating an opportunity for leaders to experience coaching first-hand, this supports the goal to ensure knowledge you gain during the program will be assimilated and practically applied once you return to work.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS PROGRAM?
This course is a natural progression from our Nursing Leadership Academy, although it is not necessary to complete that program before enrolling in this course.
Perfect for experienced nursing leaders who need to learn strategies and skills to manage the dynamic changes of the healthcare workforce and system.
WALK AWAY WITH THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS YOU NEED TO TAKE YOUR LEADERSHIP TO THE NEXT LEVEL
- Identify outcomes of transformational leadership.
- Describe the key attributes of transformational nurse leaders.
- Identify strategies to use to develop transformational leadership qualities.
- Identify business models for health care organizations.
- Describe fundamental concepts of economics.
- Describe strategies for managing financial and human resources.
- Using the Conflict Dynamics Profile (CDP®) instrument, develop insights surrounding one’s natural reaction to conflict, including their strengths in responding to conflict and opportunities for personal growth and development.
- Manage situations and individuals that provoke and escalate conflict by identifying personal “hot buttons” that can destabilize the situation, and by implementing “cooling strategies” to defuse tension and regain focus on outcomes and objectives.
- Identify specific strategies for greater competence and confidence moving forward.
- Identify strategies for asserting your views and achieving outcomes through engagement of stakeholders.
- Describe fundamentals of negotiation.
- Identify practical solutions for handling difficult negotiations.
- Describe the value of a coaching culture in today’s dynamic healthcare environment
- Differentiate coaching from related disciplines, including mentoring, management, counseling and training.
- Describe a basic coaching framework to support effective coaching conversations.
- Practice coaching, including the skill of powerful questioning, to support transformational coaching skills and confidence.
- Describe strategies for developing a leadership succession plan.
- Identify mechanisms that provide for early identification and mentoring of staff with leadership potential.
- Describe methods for mentoring current and future nurse leaders.
- Identify principles for upholding ethical standards in leadership.
- Describe actions to take in select ethics-related case studies.
- Describe the impact of bullying on patients and staff.
- Identify characteristic of bullies.
- Describe how to set expectations for professionalism.
- Describe the relationship between emotional intelligence and resilience..
- Identify 3 ways mindfulness improves leadership.
- Formulate a plan to integrate mindfulness practices and strategies into your life.
Registration fee: Includes all course materials, three individual one-hour executive coaching sessions, daily breakfasts, and lunches, and certificates.
Group Pricing: For groups of 3 or more from the same organization registering together and JHHS/JHUSON nurses- special pricing available at $2295 per person. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to take advantage of this special pricing.
Cancellations: All cancellations must be received in writing 2 weeks prior to the event. Cancellations received 2 weeks prior to the event will be refunded the event cost less a $200 administrative fee. We are unable to make refunds after the 2 week deadline. IJHN reserves the right to cancel or postpone any activity due to unforeseen circumstances. In this event, the IJHN will refund the registration fee but is not responsible for travel expenses.
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ADA: In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact us if you have any disability that requires special material and/or services so that appropriate personnel can be advised.
Harbor East offers a wide variety of top-rated restaurants, along with shopping galore. Historic Fells Point is less than a mile away, with its cobblestone streets, lively pubs and abundant live music. The Inner Harbor is a short walk along the waterfront promenade and offers a wide selection of boat rides, the National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center and street performers.
Accommodations: There are 6 hotels within 2 blocks of the Conference Center - http://baltimore.org/harbor-east-hotels. When registering, please inquire about Hopkins discounts that might be offered.
Parking and Transportation: There is a large, secure parking garage under the Legg Mason building (rate is $23/day, subject to change). Legg Mason Tower is approximately a 20 minute drive from BWI airport and 10 minutes from Baltimore’s Penn Station.
Deborah J. Baker, DNP, CRNP,
Senior Vice President for Nursing, Johns Hopkins Health System
Vice President for Nursing & Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Patricia M. Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN,
Dean, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
Karen Davis, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, Vice President of Nursing/Chief Nursing Officer
Howard County General Hospital, Johns Hopkins Health System
Joanne Miller, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, Chief Nursing Officer
Sibley Memorial Hospital, Johns Hopkins Health System, Washington, DC
Matthew Morris, MS, RN, NEA-BC, Director of Nursing,
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Linda Roszak Burton, Founder & President, DRW, Inc.
Janet Ladd, MS, PCC, SPHR, Managing Partner, DRW, Inc.
Diane S. Salter MSN, RN, CPAN, NE-BC, Nurse Manager, WellSpan Health/York Hospital
Kim M. Bissett MSN, MBA, RN, Nurse Educator
Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing
Rebecca Barshick, MSN, RN, Nurse Educator
Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing
Accreditation Statement: The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Statement of Contact Hours: This 20.0 contact hour educational activity is provided by the Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing.
Conflict of Interest: It is the policy of The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing to require our continuing nursing education program faculty and planning committee members to disclose any financial relationships with companies providing program funding or manufacturers of any commercial products discussed in the program. The planning committee and program faculty report that they do not have financial relationships with manufacturers of any commercial products they discuss in the program.
Commercial Support: This educational activity has not received any form of commercial support.
Non-Endorsement of Products: The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing and the American Nurses Credentialing Center does not endorse the use of any commercial products discussed or displayed in conjunction with this educational activity.
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