Become the Nurse Leader No One Wants to Leave

Nurse Retention in Turbulent Times

October 21, 2021

November 4, 2021

via Zoom

 

COVID-19 has been massively disruptive to healthcare systems and the nursing workforce. Nationwide, nurse leaders are struggling with unprecedented staffing shortages and high turnover. Replacement costs for a single nurse can exceed $50,000.

We know from Gallup research that frontline nurse leaders are the linchpins in staff retention yet they often lack information on best practices in leading staff. In this interactive workshop, we will discuss the latest evidence on nurse retention. Actionable strategies will be presented to help you become the leader no one wants to leave. View program flyer here.

A PDF workbook for participants with tactical tools for your leaders is included in this workshop.


Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN is presenting at the ONL Winter Meeting December 11, 2020

 Workshop Faculty

Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN is nationally known for her work in helping current and future nurse leaders to develop their leadership and coaching skills. Rose is an emeritus professor in the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing at Florida Atlantic University and currently serves as a faculty member in the Marian K Shaughnessy Nursing Leadership Academy at Case Western Reserve University.  Prior to teaching, she spent 25 years in leadership roles with the Department of Veterans Affairs at five VA Medical Centers. She edits a popular leadership blog www.emergingrnleader.com that is read by thousands of nurses each week and is Editor in Chief of Nurse Leader, the official journal of the American Organization of Nurse Executives. She is a Gallup certified strengths coach and author of the book, The Nurse Leader Coach: Become the Boss No One Wants to Leave. In 2020, Rose was awarded The Pioneering Spirit Award by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses for her innovative work in nurse leader development.




Program Highlights     

• Frontline leaders as recruitment and retention linchpins.
• Expectations and needs of Millennial and Generation Z nurses.
• Conducting more effective recruitment interviews.
• Building an inclusive nursing team to help retain staff.
• Improving your onboarding.
• Strategically using coaching to promote retention.
• Developing a bias for action and closing the loop on staff concerns.
• Conducting stay interviews.
• Offboarding valued staff so they will come back and are retained in your health system.

 

Virtual Meeting

via Zoom

October 21, 2021                       November 4, 2021

 9:30am - 12:00pm EST


 

Registration:

$125/person

$1000/group of 10

Register Here

To register a group, email [email protected]

 

The Organization of Nurse Leaders, MA, RI, NH, CT, VT is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by The American Nurses Association Massachusetts an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

 

 

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