Health leaders regardless of their position in the organisation need to execute a set of competencies to ensure effective team functioning aligned to legislation, APHRA guidelines and organisational goals.
This highly interactive program embedded in neuroscience and leadership theory gives the participants skills to confidently lead teams – to reinforce positive behaviours and quickly address bullying and breaches of boundaries.
Over 2000 nurses, midwives and other health care workers have attended this popular course with 98% rating it as excellent. Chock full of neuroscience tips including emotional intelligence and courageous conversations, this course is designed for the leader who is highly motivated to leverage their performance and witness great team results.
Limited spaces available – book your place now!
Need for Program
Australian nursing needs more nurse leaders. However, leadership practices are built over time and need inputs from many sources. Clarity around what constitutes leadership and how it manifests on a day-to-day basis is often confused. Learning about what makes people confident enough to take on leadership roles in daily practice is an important part of developing leadership skills. It is essential that leaders have the best educational support that enables them to competently fulfill their role and to maintain a genuine sense of purpose and achievement.
Purpose of Program
This seminar is designed for nurses to collaborate and consequently expand their perspective on leadership and how this can be integrated into day-to-day practice.
Your learning outcomes
- Return to your workplace with ideas for implementing leadership concepts within your practice for the benefit of patients
- Demonstrate increased confidence as a leader when dealing with strong personalities and difficult situations
- Identify the leadership principles that will assist you to engage and motivate a diverse workforce
- Role model accountable and holistic nursing care and the importance of mentoring others