Raising Your Leadership Impact
For full program details, go to main page: http://info.mghihp.edu/nurseleadership.
$3,500 for participants attending as a pair from the same organization - contact CPD@mghihp.edu for discount code.
Registration deadline: February 21, 2020.
Fee includes: Three 2-day face-to-face sessions, distance learning activities, individualized and small group coaching, project development support, and leadership and self-assessments across 8-months.
There are a limited number of program spots available for alumni of MGH Institute of Health Professions at a 10% discount, and IHP voucher redemption. Veritification required. Please contact CPD@mghihp.edu for details.
Location of Live Workshops:
MGH Institute of Health Professions
1 Constitution Wharf
Charlestown Navy Yard
Boston, MA 02129-4557
Who Should Attend:
Mid-level nurse managers and leaders across the continuum of care and academia, including, but not limited to:
- Nurse managers, directors, supervisors
- Nurse practitioners in a leadership role
- Nursing faculty in program director or assistant/associate dean roles
Nurse leaders play one of the most pivotal roles in healthcare delivery as they directly impact both patient care delivery and the training of the next generation of health care providers. The IHP Program for Nurse Leaders: Raising Your Leadership Impact is designed for established and aspiring nurse leaders who want to have an even greater impact by advancing their leadership knowledge and skills. The goals of the program are to:
DEVELOP an individual and shared vision of leadership, leading teams, and leading within a system.
BUILD vibrant and synergistic learning community of nurse leaders from both academic and practice environments.
Throughout, participants will be exposed to leadership models and self-assessments, active dialogue about how effective teams are formed and sustained, methods for creating a culture of change based on responsive/responsible communication and strategic thinking, and opportunities to apply learning through identifying and implementing a change project/initiative in their home institution. Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of their individual leadership presence and skills and how those skills help them reframe their environment to engage others. A certificate of completion will be awarded at the end of the program.
The 8-month program consists of three 2-day in-person workshops that are accompanied by online assignments and discussions. In addition to interactive, content and case-based learning, participants will realize growth through dedicated executive coaching, organizational mentorship, and a community of active problem-solving.
Participants will be asked to identify an organizational problem/opportunity they want to address as it will play a central role in their leadership development. Those who are interested can apply as individuals or with a colleague from their system to partner on the change initiative.
At the end of the 8 months, participants will achieve the following goals:
FORMULATE one's own leadership vision based on values, ethics, leadership models, self as leader, and experiences.
APPLY behavioral skills in strengthening resilience and well-being for individual and team growth.
USE leadership skills to impact shared values, common purpose, diversity, and collaboration of teams.
EXPAND perspective of one’s relationship to a leadership team, the organization, and the system.
APPLY AND DISTINGUISH relevant communication practices in leading others and navigating challenging times.
APPLY tools in project development and implementation towards a project design and execution.
The framework of the program considers 3 inter-related dimensions of leading: self, teams & systems.
The program will draw upon leadership models, self, team and organizational development best practices, and the interprofessional collaboration competencies from the 2016 Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) as frameworks for selection of topics and active learning experiences.
The four competency domains of IPEC provide a foundation for development and achievement of program deliverables within the context of collaborative, team-based approaches to shared decision making and organizational effectiveness.
Executive Coaches & Program Faculty
Information to be updated.
Detailed Program Info:
Refer to main event page for accreditation, disclosure, faculty, and schedule information: http://info.mghihp.edu/nurseleadership.
Upon registration, program staff will be in touch to coordinate logistics and collect more detailed information.
How to Register
Add this program to your cart using the Enroll Now button at the top right of this page in order to proceed with Checkout. You will be asked to quickly create an IHP username and password if you do not already have one. With an IHP account, you will have access to our learning management system for this program and any future IHP Continuing Education offerings you may participate in.
- We recommend registering through this portal and paying with a debit or credit card for optimal efficiency.
- If using this method, please contact Ginny Do, CPD@mghihp.edu to confirm enrollment into this activity. Make check payable to "MGH Institute of Health Professions" and send with attention to:
Ginny Do - CIPSI
MGH Institute of Health Professions
36 First Avenue, Boston, MA 02129-4557.
Full refund, less administrative fee of $100 if cancellation is received prior to February 21, 2020. To cancel, send your cancellation request via email to the Office of Continuing and Professional Development. Refunds will be processed based on the original form of payment and will be processed within 30 days of receipt of the cancellation notice. Cancellations received after February 21, 2020 will not be eligible for a refund.
Cancellation of activity: In the very unlikely event that IHP cancels or postpones the activity due to circumstances beyond its control, the IHP's liability will be limited to refund of paid registration fees.
For any additional questions or concerns regarding this workshop or the registration process, please contact:
Ginny Do - Program Manager
Office of Continuing and Professional Development