Nurse Leadership Virtual Symposium
December 15, 2021
9:00 am - 2:15 pm CT (8:00 am - 1:15 pm MT)
Virtual, Live-Streaming Online Format
LeadingAge Nebraska is pleased to team up with LeadingAge Iowa on their annual Nurse Leadership Symposium. The sessions that have been arranged are geared towards the toughest challenges that members are facing today. We are very fortunate to have Cyndi Siders, an Executive Consultant with Siders HealthCare Consulting, discuss these issues and what members need to provide a new “Culture” to their employees, coworkers, and residents. We are hopeful that following the Nurse Leadership Symposium, participants will leave our virtual platform with a sense of empowerment to guide their leadership into focusing on recruitment and retention of staff they lead and establish a culture of safety and resident satisfaction that will ensure staff want to work for them and residents want to live in their organization.
The Nurse Leadership Symposium will be delivered in a virtual, live-streaming format so that you won’t need to leave the building. Sessions will be recorded and available on-demand for one month after the symposium concludes, so you won’t need to worry about last-minute scheduling conflicts. Both the live and on-demand delivery will include CE credit for nurses and administrators up to a total of 5 hours. We’ve also included a group registration rate if you’re looking to save money and provide the education your nurse leaders need.
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Denise Boudreau-Scott is President of Drive, which helps aging service organizations measure and improve their culture, resulting in a better resident and staff experience, and bottom-line. A former nursing home and assisted living administrator, Denise is a serial volunteer. She co-founded the New Jersey Alliance for Culture Change, chairs NAB’s Member Relations Committee, is a former member of NAB’s LNHA Exam Writing Committee, and a former board member of the Pioneer Network. Denise received her Bachelor of Science in Gerontology from the University of Scranton and her Master in Health Administration from Cornell University where she is currently appointed as a lecturer and student mentor. She is proud to share that she started off her career as a dietary aide and nursing assistant.