ANA’s Nurse Team Building Bundle

Asynchronous Online Course

Type: Online
Location: Online


Contact Hours

Overview

This three-course bundle brought to you by ANA’s Leadership Institute gives you the skills and strategies you need to build and lead effective teams. Each presented by well-known subject matter experts, this bundle includes three highly rated courses:

Practicing Resiliency in Times of Increasing Change: Build Your Team (Expires 11/05/2019):
The Leadership Institute has created the Practicing Resiliency in Times of Increasing Change: Build Your Team webinar to help successful nurse leaders like you prepare your team to become resilient through constant change by creating a more positive and satisfying work life.

Create a Culture of Excellence (Expires 01/23/2020:
Examine best-practice strategies for narrowing the gap and migrating to a culture where excellence is the norm. This on-demand seminar will equip you with the evidence-based attributes of a culture of excellence and give you the knowledge to create that culture within your own team.

Interprofessional Teams: How to Build Lasting Partnerships Across the Organization (Expires 11/01/2017):
Learn how to develop and work on a highly functional interprofessional team. Leverage your colleagues, patients, families, caregivers, and communities with the goal of delivering the highest-quality care.

 Key Learning Outcomes

  • Build and maintain interprofessional partnerships based on shared values and mutual respect.
  • Describe accurately other professionals' roles and how they complement your own in order to better collaborate with others and coordinate efforts.
  • Communicate effectively within an interprofessional team.
  • Improve team function and outcomes by leveraging team dynamics
  • Leverage emotional intelligence to manage change and develop resiliency
  • Translate stress management techniques to promote a healthy work environment
  • Investigate attributes of a culture of excellence.
  • Conduct a gap analysis between a real and ideal practice culture.
  • Identify three strategies to reduce the gap and approach a culture of excellence.

 Presented by

Mary Terhaar, DNSc, CNS, RN
Associate professor
Director, DNP Program
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Terhaar brings extensive experience and background in neonatal, perinatal, and pediatric nursing to the clinical component of the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing baccalaureate child-bearing family course and the management practicum of the school's master's program. She also serves as director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program. Her emphasis in both clinical practice and education is most often directed to the effectiveness of interdisciplinary collaboration in the management of health outcomes for mothers and their infants and young children. Terhaar has published widely in the nursing literature, primarily on issues regarding neonatal care. She serves as the Hopkins nursing ambassador to the National League for Nursing. Terhaar also was a key member of the school team that developed a two-year curriculum and learning tools that now are being used as core curricula in more than 20 midwifery schools in Afghanistan, resulting in more than 1,000 trained midwives to date.

Marilyn Haynes-Brokopp, MS, RN-BC
Clinical associate professor and director
Center for Professional Development and Outreach
University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing

A professional nurse since 1980 and a nurse educator since 1995, Haynes-Brokopp is an ANCC board-certified community and public health nurse. Her experience includes roles as a home health director, hospice director, quality improvement manager, interim director of the state of Oregon’s emergency medical services and a state of Utah risk management consultant. She served as the project manager and codeveloper for HRSA grants, leadership groups, and programs for the UW-Madison School of Nursing. Haynes-Brokopp also served as codeveloper of the 2020 Healthiest Wisconsin State Health Plan.

G. Rumay Alexander, EdD, RN, FAAN
Clinical professor and director, Office of Multicultural Affairs
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill National League for Nursing board member

Alexander’s nursing career spans more than 21 years in the areas of public policy, advocacy, teaching, and health careers development with an emphasis on cultural diversity issues. At a national level, she has served on the AHA's Workforce Commission, the board of the American Organization of Nurse Executives, the National Quality Forum Nursing Care Performance Measures' Steering Committee, as chairwoman of the AONE Diversity Council, and as a member of the AHA's Leadership Circle of Eliminating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care. She frequently speaks to groups across the country on the issues of the health care workforce, diversity, and strategic planning.

Lou Russell
Russell is the CEO of Russell Martin & Associates, an executive consultant, speaker and author whose passion is to grow companies by growing their people. She is the author of The Accelerated Learning Fieldbook , Project Management for Trainers, Training Triage, IT Leadership Alchemy, Leadership Training , 10 Steps to Successful Project Management and Managing Projects. Through speaking, training and writing, Lou draws on 30 years of helping organizations achieve their full potential. She inspires improvement in leadership, project management and individual growth. Lou’s upbeat style, and humorous stories about on-the ground experiences will give you the passion and tools to improve the bottom line. You will be moving, laughing, participating, inspired and challenged. Most importantly to Lou, you will learn.

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