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Enhanced Leadership Development Academy for RNs and NHAs in Long-term Care is a Course

Enhanced Leadership Development Academy for RNs and NHAs in Long-term Care

Self-paced
54.5 credits

$1,000 Enroll

Full course description

Course Introduction:
The purpose of the Enhanced Leadership Development Academy (ELDA) is to prepare a cadre of nurse leaders and nursing home administrators in long-term care (LTC) who can create and sustain improvement in their work settings through enhanced leadership skills.
 
You might be able to enroll at no cost if you work for a skilled nursing facility in Missouri. 

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Learning Outcomes:
Prepare a cadre of RN nurse leaders and nursing home administrators (NHAs) in long term care (LTC) who can create and sustain improvement in their work settings through enhanced leadership skills.

Module Topics:
Module 1: The Art and Science of Leadership and Management
Module 2: Coaching, Counseling, and Conflict
Module 3: Leading High Performing Teams in LTC 
Module 4: Leading and Sustaining Change 
Module 5: A Team Approach to QI
Module 6: Creating and Leading Person Centered Care
Module 7: Financial Considerations for Long-Term Care Leaders 
Module 8: Staff Engagement and Meaningful Work 
Module 9: Influencing Up 
Module 10: Managing Different Generations 
Module 11: RN and LPN Collaboration
Module 12: The Resilient Leader

Instructor:
Alexis Roam, Matt Younger

Length:
There are 12 modules 4.5 to 5 hours each

Department: 
MU Continuing Education for Health Professions

Credit:
Up to 54.5 Contact hours

Audience:
Nurses, Nursing Home