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Education & Mentorship Program: Enhancing clinical nursing leadership in LTC

Posted On: September 16, 2015

Education & Mentorship Program: Enhancing clinical nursing leadership in LTC

RPNs and RNs from the Champlain LHIN are invited to a FREE 2-day session*
at Elisabeth Bruyère Hospital in Ottawa**
 
Audience: RPNs and RNs in LTC from the Champlain LHIN who have high potential to excel in leadership currently or in the future. Workshops offered in English only.
 
First Session: Monday, October 26, 2015 • 8 am – 4:30 pm
 
At the end of this session, participants will:
• Be able to describe principles of leadership.
• Be able to describe their personal leadership style and skills, and discuss the importance of leadership in the workplace.
• Be more comfortable and confident using communications skills for delegation, conflict resolution and empowerment of colleagues in the workplace.
 
Second Session: Wednesday, November 18, 2015 • 8 am – 4:30 pm*
 
At the end of this session, participants will:
• Be able to describe the concept of mentorship and relate it to their personal professional development.
• Identify facilitators and challenges to implementing leadership practices in their workplace, in conjunction with someone working in a leadership role within their LTC home.
• Describe strategies to address barriers to implementing leadership practices in their workplace.
• Develop a plan for mentorship after the workshop including identifying a leadership mentor, and approaches for initiating the mentorship relationship.
• Identify personal objectives for moving forward to implement leadership practices in their workplace.
 
* Nurses are required to attend both sessions. And, your direct supervisor is required to attend Session #2 from 12 pm to 4:30 pm.
**A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Complementary parking available for both dates. Elisabeth Bruyère Hospital is located at 43 Bruyère St. Ottawa, ON
 
 

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