Nursing leaders are needed at all levels, in all settings, but getting there is an uphill climb. The workforce is aging and shortages of nursing faculty at many schools are resulting in qualified nursing student candidates being turned away in record numbers. Fewer nurses are entering the workforce and as nurse leaders retire, there aren’t enough qualifying emerging leaders to take their place with nearly 67,000 nursing leadership positions remaining unfilled by 2020.
This webinar discusses what defines leadership competency and the existing challenges for creating new leaders including selection, development, lack of focus on leader preparation and an unrealistic number of leadership competencies.
Regular Price: $40.00
AONL Member Price: Complimentary
Teresa Stanfill, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, RNC-OB
Director of Nursing Practice, St. Luke's Health System
The program offers attendees the opportunity to earn up to .75 continuing education credits.