Clinical workshop series: Nurses as leaders
Clinical workshop series: Nurses as leaders
Product Code: 2030W

Nurses are often promoted due to their clinical and organizing skills into leadership positions with little preparation for the role. You accept leadership positions to offer your gifts and talents to the organization, its staff, and those they care for. One of the foundations for success is building an effective team. In this workshop, we will explore what the transition from clinician to leader looks like and focus on best practices to build an extraordinary team.

Learning objectives
  • Define the similarities and differences between the roles of clinician and leader
  • Identify the characteristics of an effective team
  • List three tactics for developing an effective team
Karolee AlexanderKarolee Alexander
Clinical & Reimbursement Director, Pathway Health Services

Ms. Alexander has over 25 years of nursing leadership in long-term care, including 12 years as a director of nursing services for various facilities and six years in various MDS and reimbursement positions. In these roles, she has established herself as an expert in the management of nursing operations, reimbursement systems, and performance improvement. She is a strong proponent of person-centered care, having established many programs and processes to bring about the cultural changes to ensure the success of the programs. She has proven success with regulatory turn around, mentoring of nursing management, interim director of nursing roles, as well as systems analysis and implementation of policies and procedures. Karolee also possesses a strong technology interest and has experience with implementation of clinical software systems.

Original Air Date: 08/18/2020
Length: 65 minutes
Discounted member price: 50.00
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