Full course description
Parts 2 and 3 of Leadership Journey of a Regulator are only open to participants who successfully completed Part 1 in 2020.
*If you enrolled in Part 1 in 2021, which was originally scheduled for January 2021 but which was delayed, you have automatically been re-enrolled in the section that begins on May 3rd. If you have questions regarding this special three-part course, please email email@example.com.
A regulator wears a great many hats! They must engage in various leadership frameworks, practice sober-eyed self-assessment and rely on evidence-based reasoning. In this course, Dr. Marion Broome will hone participants’ analytical and strategic skills to enhance their organizational savvy, their decision making, and their self-presentation in both intra- and interprofessional groups. Whether they are interacting with other leaders, members of their profession, related professionals or the general public, effective regulators practice excellent communication skills and self-awareness. This course facilitates their leadership journey and provides real-time and responsive content and learning activities that are relevant to our tumultuous current events, including a racial justice module and a module on leading through crisis.
Please note this course has 3 sections and runs on a unique schedule. Part 1 in January, Part 2 in May and Part 3 in June.
- Analyze the fiscal viability of a proposed initiative that would strengthen the mission for your organization
- Describe the components of a mentoring plan for a new employee who seeks to advance to the next level
- Discuss several strategies a leader should employ to support and evaluate an innovation proposed to solve a challenge in the organization
- Describe how effective leaders influence others to successfully navigate organizational change
Strategic Thinking, Team Building, Conflict Management, Decisiveness, Risk Taking, Accountability, Envisioning, Flexibility/Agility
Marion E. Broome PhD, RN, FAAN
Vice-Chancellor for Nursing; Associate Vice-President for Nursing, Duke University Health System