Leaders’ Guide to Nurse Management
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How do top healthcare providers keep nurses feeling empowered and providing optimal care for patients? This collection of resources presents best practices and lessons learned from leading healthcare organizations, combining the most effective and innovative strategies for strengthening and supporting your nursing staff, as tested by the industry’s top organizations.
Titles in the collection include:
- WEBCAST - Creating a Culture of Ethical Practice to Foster Nurse Resilience
- WEBCAST - Millennial Nurse Retention: Bridging the Generation Gap
- WEBCAST - Build Nurse Engagement Through Coaching and Mentoring
- BOOK - Essential Skills for Nurse Managers
- BOOK - The Charge Nurse Leader Program Builder: A Competency-Based Approach for Developing Frontline Leaders
Creating a Culture of Ethical Practice to Foster Nurse Resilience
Nurses working in today’s fast-paced, results driven healthcare environment deal with overwhelming stressors such as worried family members, life and death decisions, and intense workloads. As a result, nurses often feel their ethical values are being compromised resulting in moral distress. This often leads to decreased productivity, nurse turnover, poor job satisfaction, and decreased quality of care. How do top healthcare providers keep nurses feeling empowered and providing optimal care for patients?
In this on-demand 60-minute webcast learn why addressing moral distress and burnout is crucial to nurses, patients, and organizations. Discover specific steps and interventions to help build a culture of ethical practice that supports nurses and allows them to develop moral resilience.
At the conclusion of the program, participants will be able to:
- Identify key factors that erode the integrity of nurses
- Define moral resilience and its elements
- Discuss the elements of a culture of that supports moral resilience
- Identify key strategies that nurse leaders can implement to create a culture that supports ethical practice
Millennial Nurse Retention: Bridging the Generation Gap
In 2015, the number of millennials in the workplace surpassed baby boomers as the largest segment of workers. This future generation of nurses has very different career expectations than the generations before them. Millennials expect more feedback, greater collaboration, interaction with nurse leaders, an 8-hour workday and better work-life balance. Unlike their parents, they rarely intend to stay with one employer for their entire career—or possibly even more than a few years.
The shift in attitude has many organizations struggling to retain millennials and learning to adjust management strategies to accommodate their unique style.
Take part in this on-demand 60-minute webcast to:
- Uncover how making changes in leadership behaviors can bridge the generation gap
- Discover new onboarding processes that support the growing millennial workforce
- Devise a structured approach to providing regular employee feedback
- Understand the importance and value of engaging millennials early and often
Build Nurse Engagement Through Coaching and Mentoring
Studies show only 30% of nurses are actively engaged, which can negatively impact patient satisfaction, safety, and nurse turnover. Join experienced nurse and leadership specialist Patty Kubus, RN, MBA, PhD, for a 90-minute webcast to learn how to build a culture of nurse engagement.
Don’t miss the chance to improve nurse satisfaction, increase nursing staff’s commitment to the organization, and raise the level of patient care.
This webcast will discuss how to build a culture of nurse engagement, which leads to the following benefits:
- Higher productivity
- Higher patient satisfaction scores
- Lower turnover
- Lower absenteeism
- Fewer safety incidences
Essential Skills for Nurse Managers
In Essential Skills for Nurse Managers, novice and experienced nurse managers alike will find the proven strategies, tools, and resources they need to excel as nurse leaders. The book provides downloadable forms and tools on all the key topics that enable the manager to immediately incorporate the strategies and techniques in the book into practice.
- Practical and authoritative, with actionable advice and examples drawn from the authors’ decades of experience
- Includes 24 chapters covering the essentials, including structuring effective meetings; staff delegation, motivation, and empowerment; budgeting; promoting professional development, and techniques for promoting a culture of safety and quality
- Library of useful forms, tools, and scripting examples to support the professional development of nurse managers
- Written by two recognized experts in the field of nursing management, Shelley Cohen, RN, MSN, CEN, and Sharon Cox, MSN, RN
The Charge Nurse Leader Program Builder: A Competency-Based Approach for Developing Frontline Leaders
The Charge Nurse Leader Program Builder is the complete resource for creating a new program or revitalizing your existing training. It defines relevant competencies and provides the tools and framework that you need to get a program up and running.
Use the book and its accompanying tools and resources to hold charge nurse workshops for those new to the role and provide ongoing training and development opportunities. The curriculum is already developed for you, so you can immediately get started.