Upcoming Programs

Exceptional professional learning builds an engaged and resilient nursing workforce and helps nurse leaders at stages of their leadership journey succeed in their roles.

Invest in yourself, your team, and your organization by participating in our interactive professional development programs led by esteemed faculty and distinguished thought leaders.

Click here to download our Winter/Spring 2024 Programs At-a-Glance

 


 

Click here to download our Winter/Spring 2024 Programs At-a-Glance

Preparing New Preceptors for Success
Tuesday, May 14th, 2024, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM via Zoom
For current and aspiring clinical nursing preceptors

New Preceptors Workshop

Good nurse preceptors are a valuable asset for units and organizations. When preceptors are able to successfully deliver a good onboarding experience for new hires, they can directly impact retention, build trust within the nursing team, and elevate nursing practice.

Led by Dr. Crystal Lawson, this interactive virtual workshop is designed to expose new preceptors to the principles of adult learning theory and prepare them with tools to help newly hired nurses practice safely and feel welcomed. Participants will learn key strategies for giving feedback and practice skills that will help them effectively pass on their knowledge and promote safe practice.

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Effective Communication Skills for a Healthier Work Culture
Wednesday, May 29th, 2024, 9:30 AM-12:00 PM via Zoom
For nurse leaders at every stage of their leadership journey

Effective Communication Skills for a Healthier Work Culture

Ineffective communication is cited as the most common cause of medical error. It's critical for nurse leaders to hone their own communication skills and learn how to develop and foster good communication skills among members of their teams.

This interactive virtual workshop, led by Dr. Renee Thompson, is designed to equip and empower nurse leaders with the essential strategies and techniques needed to foster effective communication, which supports a safe and healthy workforce and helps them lead successful teams.

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ONL's 2024 Annual Meeting
Thursday & Friday, June 13th & 14th, 2024 at the Newport Marriott Hotel in Newport, Rhode Island

For nurse leaders at every stage of their leadership journey

ONL 2024 Annual Meeting

Join ONL for our 2024 Annual Meeting for a dynamic, interactive conference that will take a deep dive into some of the profession’s most vexing contemporary challenges and share ideas and strategies to help nurse leaders meet this moment and lead for the opportunities of tomorrow. Our distinguished speakers will share insights and expertise on the latest nursing workforce trends, take a closer look at what we know about newly licensed nurses and their transitions into practice, share data describing nurse manager span of control and ideas about re-scoping nurse manager positions for improved impact, and discuss strategic leadership to inform decisions about virtual nursing and evolving care models using a total care delivery perspective. Nurse leaders in all roles across both academic and practice settings including clinical leaders, nurse managers and directors, nursing executives, and others should attend to gain valuable perspectives and actionable strategies for leading nursing teams effectively in the face of change—now and in the rapidly evolving future.

Each session is designed to promote participant engagement and idea sharing between attendees and speakers.

We hope you will join us for this not-to-be-missed event to refresh, replenish, and renew your leadership practice while connecting and collaborating with fellow nurse leaders!

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The Nuts and Bolts of Nursing Leadership
Thursday, June 20th, 2024, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM via Zoom For Nurse Managers & Directors
Thursday, June 27th, 2024, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM via Zoom For Charge Nurses, Emerging Leaders, Team Leads & Clinical Leaders

This highly-rated program offers fantastic foundational leadership training for nurse leaders newly in a leadership role.

Nurses are often promoted into leadership roles with little or no training in the leadership, management, and communication skills needed to succeed. This one-day, interactive workshop is designed to equip new leaders with the key skills and strategies needed to be successful: transitioning into a leadership role; communication and collaboration, including power and authority; resource management; and managing staff performance.

This workshop is offered on two different dates, with each date's program customized to bring focus and examples that are designed for the specified target audience.

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Eradicating Bullying & Incivility Self-Study eCourse
Asynchronous, self-paced online learning program available at anytime
For nurse leaders at every stage of their leadership journey

Eradicating Bullying & Incivility

ONL has partnered with the Healthy Workforce Institute (HWI) to provide our members and community with access to HWI's Eradicating Bullying & Incivility Self-Study eCourse. Designed with busy healthcare leaders in mind, each module is bite-sized, less than an hour long, and can be taken online at the learner's desired pace.

By the end of this course, you will have the tools, strategies, and confidence to identify disruptive behaviors that undermine a culture of safety, set behavioral expectations with employees, and hold staff accountable for professional behavior.

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Stay tuned for updates about future programs!

 
 

 

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