Summer Institute

Clinical Leadership Institute

Invitational Conference – Please contact Laurie Davis-Ford for details at ldavisford@pace.edu


Day 1: Monday, May 21, 2012 – Pace University, New York Campus

Research on Leadership and Work: Learning by Looking at the Field, Some Themes and Patterns
Pieterbas Lalleman, MA, RN
Visiting Research Scholar,  Pace University and Western Michigan University; PhD student, Utrecht University; and Coordinator Summer School Strategic and Clinical Nursing Leadership, Hogeschool Utrecht - University of Applied Sciences 

Importance of Institutional History and Context for Understanding Nurse Leaders Repertoires
Mary D. Lagerwey, PhD, RN
Professor, University of Western Michigan
(via video conference from WMU)

High Performance by Enhancing Expansive Learning from the Backstage
Gerhard Smid, PhD
Professor and Director of Sioo, a Dutch Inter-university Centre for Organization Studies and Change Management

Clinical Leadership and Quality of Care in Nursing
Marieke Schuurmans, PhD, RN
Professor of Nursing Science, Utrecht University and Hogeschool Utrecht – University of
Applied Sciences


Day 2: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 – Elmhurst Hospital Center, Elmhurst, NY

Historical Context at Elmhurst Hospital Center
Mary P. O'Connell, MPA, RN, CPHQ
Associate Executive Director Nursing Performance Improvement & Research
Elmhurst Hospital Center

Excellent Care in the Netherlands, Towards a Magnet Model and the Role of Human Resources (Part 1)
Brigitte de Brouwer MSc, RN, Professional Development Advisor at the Dutch Nurses Association and a PhD Student at Radboud University Nijmegen

Brun Pool BS, RN, Independent Trainer and Advisor

Excellent Care in the Netherlands, Towards a Magnet Model and the Role of Human Resources (Part 2)
Marcel Suijkens, MSc, Human Resource Advisor at OLVG Hospital in Amsterdam

Brun Pool, BS, RN, Independent Trainer and Advisor

Shadowing as Tool for Professional Development
Joanne Bouma BS, RN, Unit Coordinator at Nij Smelinge Hospital in Drachten

Gerhard Smid, PhD
Professor and Director of Sioo, a Dutch Inter-university Centre for Organization Studies and Change Management

Examples of Successful Repertoires in the Nurse Manager's Day-To-Day Work
Pieterbas Lalleman, MA, RN
Visiting Research Scholar,  Pace University and Western Michigan University; PhD student, Utrecht University; and Coordinator Summer School Strategic and Clinical Nursing Leadership, Hogeschool Utrecht - University of Applied Sciences 

Marieke Schuurmans, PhD, RN
Professor of Nursing Science, Utrecht University and Hogeschool Utrecht – University of
Applied Sciences

Tours of Elmhurst Hospital Center in small groups

Wrap up Nurse Managers - Messages from the Front Lines
Each group gives small presentation on what they discussed on the tour

    

 

   
 

Day 3

For more information, please contact Rebecca Sciame:  rsciame@pace.edu

Emotional Intelligence & Cultural Intelligence for Health Care Leaders

Funding for this program is provided by The Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation, Inc.

This one day program is specifically designed for nursing executives and their direct reports and selected individuals identified for leadership development within their organizations (e.g. Pace adjunct faculty, managers, and supervisors).

The program will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012
In the Student Union, 1 Pace Plaza, NYC.
(For directions to & map of the campus, please visit our website www.pace.edu.)

Program Presenters:

Anne Walker, M.Ed., brings an extended background in acute care nursing, supervising, consulting, strategic planning and teaching with national organizations. Her Masters of Education is based in Organizational Development and she has over 20 years of experience in directing teamwork and workplace systems development. Anne is a certified MBIT trainer and specializes in coaching, family systems, change process, strategic planning, facilitating board retreats, developing collaboration and effective work teams.

Sophie R. Kaufman, MBA, is Executive Director of the Center of Excellence – ALPS (Advancing Leadership Partnerships and Scholarship) at the College of Health Professions, Pace University.  The Center is dedicated to supporting the academic mission of the college through external funding, facilitation of faculty scholarship, student opportunities, partnerships, and leadership development.  Prior to joining Pace University in 2002, Ms. Kaufman had an international banking career during which she developed first-hand experience in cross-cultural management. She is currently working on her doctoral dissertation on cultural intelligence.