Ground yourself in the essentials necessary to be a stand-out leader
Advanced LEAD Academy is the perfect next step training for those who want exposure to more advanced skills, and for people who have basic management skills and want to explore their leadership potential.
Open to Experienced Leaders Seeking to Advance Their Skills
This one-day event focuses on how hospitals and health systems can identify victims of human trafficking in their hospitals and how to respond. Participants will come away understanding what human trafficking means, how to spot red flags in the health care setting and how to respond using a victim-centered, trauma-informed approach. The program includes an interactive lecture, a survivor story, a review of evidence-based victim response procedures, and two panels:
Discussion with local area community based organizations on what resources they provide victims
Discussion with Alameda County District Attorney’s office and local hospitals that are working together on a Human Exploitation & Trafficking Institute (HEAT) pilot program
On-Site LEAD Academy Trains Managers to be Successful Leaders
LEAD Academy sessions provide an engaging and safe environment to practice newly learned skills and align work goals and actions to support the broader vision of your organization.
LEAD Academy cohorts work together for six monthly meetings, a full day each month, focusing on:
• Supporting the development of others
• Managing and developing a successful organization
When your staff finishes their LEAD Academy cohort, they will:
Improve the performance of the people that report to them
Enhance their contribution to the achievement of your hospital’s strategic goals
Increase their own self-management skills during every day and stressful situations
Leadership & Charge Nurse: Creating a Culture of Safety
“Creating a Culture of Safety” will focus on the role of the nurse leader in creating and developing a safe atmosphere. This course will expand on key concepts to help charge nurses improve customer service, Continuous Survey Readiness (CRS) and response to critical events. The course will also discuss the key roles of the charge nurse in developing a “Just Culture” within the unit, including hourly rounding, debriefing, simulations and effective communication and feedback.
Critical thinking is central to effective task management and decision making in high-risk situations. Review how active assessment and analysis of information helps evaluate and improve the quality of thinking, and discuss the key principles and barriers to thinking critically. The course will also focus on the application of critical thinking through the nursing process to help staff arrive at the appropriate decision or conclusion.
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