Nursing Leadership Academy

The two-day Nursing Leadership Academy, taught primarily by expert NewYork-Presbyterian nurse leaders, provides a valuable and interactive learning experience for nurses to develop strategies for effective leadership in today’s healthcare arena. It is open to the NewYork-Presbyterian nursing leadership team as well as national and international participants. The conference engages attendees in a robust discussion of best practices in nursing leadership, with opportunities to interact with NewYork-Presbyterian’s top nursing leaders. The Nursing Leadership Academy aims to contribute and support the development of authentic and relevant nurse leaders, demonstrating the values of transformational leadership.

 

Target Audience

The Nursing Leadership Academy is designed for all levels of nursing leaders from within and outside of NewYork-Presbyterian.

 

Program Overview

The program is offered twice a year (spring and fall). Learning experiences highlight best leadership practices — providing meaningful interaction with nurse leadership experts plus opportunities for experiential and theoretical discussions, self-reflection, and self-assessment.

Overall Learning Outcomes

After attending the Nursing Leadership Academy, nurses will be able to:

  1. Apply selected concepts of nursing leadership to daily practice
  2. Apply the tenets and strategies of transformational leadership into their personal leadership styles

Registration fee: includes all course materials, daily continental breakfast and lunch.

Location: the program will be held in New York City at one of the NewYork-Presbyterian campuses.

Accommodations: there will be several hotels to choose from in midtown Manhattan.

Registration Information

For more information and to register, please visit www.nyp.org/nursing/news/cme.

 

Continuing Education Approval Statement

NewYork-Presbyterian Nursing Professional Development is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the New Jersey State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. #NYP252-6/30/2020

This learning activity will be submitted to the New Jersey State Nurses Association for contact hours.

Continuing Education Program Disclosure

This course requires the participant’s full program attendance and completion of any required course documents.

As a continuing education provider for nurses, we are required to disclose that none of the planners or program faculty is biased in any way by a relationship with companies outside of this institution. An announcement will be made at the beginning of this program if any should arise. Disclosure forms are required and will be reviewed for any issues.

Speakers are required to present balanced and unbiased presentations. The presentation content will be reviewed and any foreseen bias will be eliminated.

Accredited status does not imply endorsement by NewYork-Presbyterian, NJSNA or ANCC Commission on Accreditation of any commercial products displayed in conjunction with this program.

There is no commercial support for this educational activity.

Contact Us

For further inquiries


Laarni C. Florencio, MSN, RN, CNL

Program Director, Continuing Education

Nursing Professional Development
Center for Professional Nursing Practice
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Feedback from Previous Attendees and Speakers

"What a wonderful and invigorating two days at #NYP Nursing Leadership Academy. From strategic learning to putting your vision and mission, as a leader, into action with your team and inspiring those to be accountable for the success of their unit and outcomes was #innovative. This is a great way to start #NURSESWEEK2019. Applause to the nursing professional development department for hosting this that allows other #nurseleaders to be part of a community and share their words of wisdom in action.”

“I loved when the CNE talked about blocking time to plan and strategically think. As a new PCD, my to-do list is a mile long, and it's easy to get derailed and lost in the weeds of 'to dos'.”

"I enjoyed being there ... lots of nuggets for nurse leaders!"

"Fantastic leadership conference! I have not been to anything like this before. It was very organized and informative. Thank you for putting so much work and effort into this conference."

“It was a well-organized program for the nurse leader of today. The content was right and matched my learning needs as a nurse leader. Great program!”

“I learned how to apply transformational leadership to my daily practice.”

"Inspiring and powerful! Awesome two days. I highly encouraged other leaders to attend the next one. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to be part of this. You are amazing. Superb conference. Great job on putting this together. I really enjoyed this conference. I am transformed and super excited to share this with my team in Brooklyn."

“To be able to share what we know with future generations is our undying legacy.”

“Great conference. Very informative. Great speakers.”

“I loved the panel discussion — would like to see more of that!”

I want to take a moment to say #ThankYou for the conference, which contained such relevant, timely, and useful content. It was fun to learn with my peers and discuss each presentation on a practical level."

"It was a great two-day conference, and I learned a lot. Being the only one from a Long Term Care facility, I thought the content would not be applicable, but I realized leadership is leadership anywhere. I was also fortunate to be able to speak to two of the speakers in person and able to take something from it. On the first day of the conference, I realized I closed a door for me, but after hearing about grit versus talent, I realized I could open that same door or kick another door open. Thanks again for a great job, and looking forward to the next training or conferences."