Overview:

Essential to the success of today's nurse leaders and aspiring nurse leaders is that comprehensive understanding of the key characteristics, skills and attributes that embody an effective nurse leader and how the nurse leader leverages the elements that contribute to a healthy nurse worker environment, even in times of unexpected crisis.


Many variables influence and challenge the workplace environments for nursing leaders, such as financial management of staffing resources, team building, workplace violence and the resilience of staff in turbulent times.


Growing future nurse leaders embodies the mission and vision of ONL NJ, which requires educating and building confidence in emerging leaders. The future nurse leader's ultimate responsibility will be to continue the very important work being done today to improve the nursing practice environment, and most importantly, patient outcomes.


Please join the Organization of Nurse Leaders of New Jersey as we explore the key characteristics, skills and the tools that contribute to the success of nurse leaders and the vital strategies that make for a confident leader and a healthy work environment.


Learner Outcome:

After successfully completing the course, the leader will have a deeper understanding of the role and characteristics of an effective nurse leader and will self-report an increase in self confidence in promoting a healthy work environment.

Successful completion of the webinar is defined as attendance for 100 percent of the webinar learning session and a completed course evaluation.

Target Audience:

Nurse managers, nursing coordinators, assistant nurse managers, staff nurses, chief nursing officers, vice presidents of patient care, assistant vice presidents of nursing, administrative directors, directors of nursing, administrative (house) supervisors, new ONL NJ mentors and mentees, Nursing Workplace Environment Staffing Council (NWESC) members, university deans, nurse educators, nurse researchers and post-acute leaders, nursing home administrators and assisted living administrators.


Continuing Nursing Education Credits:

This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Approval refers to recognition of continuing education only and does not imply AACN or or ANCC approval or endorsement of the content of this educational activity.


This activity provides 3.25 contact hours.

Agenda

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Your “Brand” New Self - The Road to Being a Nurse Leader

Kimberly EdsonAlexandra Nelson

Kimberly Edson, DNP, MBA, MS, RN, NEA-BC
Corporate Director of Nursing
Jefferson Health New Jersey - Cherry Hill

Alexandra Nelson, DNP, RN
Divisional Director Maternal & Child Health
Capital Health

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Workplace Violence in Healthcare; Understanding the Challenge

Steven M. Crimando

Steven M. Crimando, MA, CTM, CHPP, BCETS
Certified Homeland Protection Professional & Principal Behavioral Science Applications, LLC.

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Bringing Joy Back to the Work Environment

Laura Mularz

Laura Mularz, DNP, MSN, RN, APN, ACNS-BC, NE-BC, CCRN
Clinical Assistant Professor/Specialty Director
Leadership Programs, Rutgers State University School of Nursing

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Program evaluations and Adjournment

Participants will complete the online evaluation survey in order to receive continuing education credits. At this time, the program will be adjourned.

Speakers

  • Steven M. Crimando (Certified Homeland Protection Professional and Principal of Behavioral Science Applications at Behavioral Science Applications)

    Steven M. Crimando

    Certified Homeland Protection Professional and Principal of Behavioral Science Applications at Behavioral Science Applications

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  • Kimberly Edson (Corporate Director of Nursing at Jefferson Health - New Jersey)

    Kimberly Edson

    Corporate Director of Nursing at Jefferson Health - New Jersey

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  • Laura Mularz (Clinical Assistant Professor/ Specialty Director Leadership Program of Rutgers State University School of Nursing)

    Laura Mularz

    Clinical Assistant Professor/ Specialty Director Leadership Program of Rutgers State University School of Nursing

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  • Alexandra Nelson (Divisional Director of Maternal & Child Services at Capital Health Medical Center-Hopewell)

    Alexandra Nelson

    Divisional Director of Maternal & Child Services at Capital Health Medical Center-Hopewell

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