Nursing: Leadership Development for Staff Nurses: Creating a Strategy to Accelerate the Transition

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About the Course


Audience

This course is intended for staffnurses as they seek to enhance their leadership skills.


Learning Objectives

1.     Identify thecharacteristics of effective leaders.

2.     Utilize the 10 commitmentsof leadership associated with the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership®.

3.     Describe five leadershipstyles.

4.     Determine personalleadership potential.

5.     Discuss the componentsof leadership.


About the Author

Cheryl M. Lindy, PhD,RN-BC, NEA-BC

Dr.Lindy is an independent nursing consultant. She received her bachelor’s degreewith a major in nursing from the College of St. Teresa, Winona, Minnesota. Hermaster’s degree is from Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas, with a focusin medical surgical nursing and nursing education. She received her PhD innursing science from Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas. She has over 45years of experience in the acute-care setting. She has worked in various rolesfrom staff nurse to administrative director of education, research, andprofessional practice. She is certified in professional nursing development andas a nursing executive-advanced by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.She has been involved in staff education for over 30 years and has workedclosely with staff nurses as they transitioned to leadership roles.

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