The New Nurse Manager Basics Workshop – West Palm Beach, FL
Registration and payment for this workshop will take place through the ANCC Pathway to Excellence® Conference website.
To Register, click HERE!
From leadership and communication skills, to the management skills needed to effectively run the business-side of their units, this interactive workshop puts it all together to give new nurse managers the tools they need to be successful.
Congratulations on starting your journey to Nurse Manager! Now what? You need to build your leadership and business skills so you can be successful in your new role. This interactive workshop provides you with the essential information to build a game plan for your transition to Nurse Manager. Participants will enhance their understanding of management, communications, and business knowledge needed to run a unit effectively.
This workshop offers 6.0 contact hours. CEs earned are applicable towards your Nurse Executive certification.
The New Nurse Manager Basics Workshop supports your individual contribution to your organization’s Pathway to Excellence®.
Key Learning Outcomes
- Describe the key competencies for nurse managers.
- Synthesize basic skills of nursing leadership and their impact on staff and the work environment.
- Design a roadmap to achieve ongoing leadership success.
EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN
Dr. Rose Sherman joined the faculty in June of 2002 as Director of the Nursing Leadership Institute. Prior to assuming this position, Dr Sherman had a 25 year career with the Department of Veterans Affairs where she held leadership positions at five major VA Medical Centers including the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center, the Miami VA Medical Center, the New York VA Medical Center, the Seattle VA Medical and the Washington DC VA Medical Center.
Dr. Sherman has extensive national experience speaking on a wide variety of leadership topics. She is the lead faculty for both the Emerging Leaders and Nursing Administration Master's Program. Dr. Sherman was named Florida Nurse Leader of the Year in 2005, by the Florida Organization of Nurse Executives; selected by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for a three year Nurse Executive Fellowship, in 2006 and selected as the Distinguished Teacher of the Year for Florida Atlantic University in 2008. she was selected as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing in 2010.