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Human-Centered Leadership in Healthcare is a contemporary, evidence-based theory of nursing leadership which reclaims the essence of nursing. This leadership approach will challenge your current paradigm of a “good” and effective leader in today’s complex environment. You will learn the value of “starting with self” which includes self-care, self-compassion, self-awareness, and mindfulness. As you learn to stand up for your own well-being, you can then healthily emanate energy outward to others. You will become familiar with the three primary dimensions of a Human-Centered Leader: the Awakener, the Connector, and the Upholder and the impact these dimensions have on culture in the workplace. We’ll also discuss methods for developing the people who lead the people. You’ll likely recognize yourself in this theory. We invite you to join the movement and transform Human-Centered Leadership into a revolution in nursing leadership.
Describe the relationship of complexity science to the theory of Human-Centered Leadership in Healthcare.
Identify the three dimensions of a Human-Centered Leader and the impact each has on culture.
Explain how the Human-Centered Leadership theory in Healthcare can be used in academia to meet requirements associated with Domain #10 of The Essentials in Professional Nursing Education.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Nurse leaders at all levels who want to recapture the human side of the nursing profession.
Nurse educators interested in leading students in self-reflection and activities that foster health and well-being and support the assertion of leadership
Dr. Kay Kennedy is a nurse executive, educator, and entrepreneur. By combining a love for nurses, patients, and quality improvement, she has led large nursing teams to create healthy work environments, satisfied patients, and consistent, high quality care. Kay has held multiple leadership positions from the bedside to the Chief Nursing Officer. Her goal as a leader is to ignite innovative problem solving, develop teams and individuals to be their best, and lead in service to others. Kay teaches Leadership and Healthcare Quality and Safety in the DNP program at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing. She is a Sr. Principal at uLeadership, LLC.
Dr. Leclerc is a dedicated nurse leader, entrepreneur, and professor with over 30 years of diverse experience. Early in her career she spent time as a bedside nurse in high-risk labor and delivery before falling in love with nursing leadership as an officer and flight nurse in the United States Air Force Reserve. She is a lifelong learner and received her PhD from Medical University of South Carolina in 2010. She teaches all levels of nursing students from undergraduates to DNP students. Her research focus is on generation of contemporary nursing-specific leadership models.
Susan Campis began her nursing career as an ICU nurse and worked at the bedside for many years prior to accepting a formal leadership role. Susan’s leadership roles have included Nurse Manager, Director and Executive Director. Her MSN degree focuses on Leadership and Management in Nursing and she is board certified as a Nurse Executive. Susan is a nurse leader who has a passion for coaching and mentoring others. Her goal as a nurse leader is to create successful nursing teams by creating a safe and healthy work environment where the team can excel and perform at their best to ensure quality care and patient safety.
This course has been approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider #CEP16785, for a maximum of 1.00 Nursing Contact Hour. The licensee must retain this document for a period of four (4) years after the course concludes.
All participants will receive their certificate of attendance with CE after completion of the webinar survey.
An archive will be available if you are unable to participate in the live webinar. CE may be requested after viewing the recorded session.
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