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Royal College of Nursing leadership development opportunity

Section: The ALLIANCEType: News Item Date Published: 26th June 2017

'Developing Leadership Programme' aims to equip nurses for changing healthcare landscape.

Healthcare delivery is evolving and many registered nurses work in increasingly demanding roles, face competing priorities, increased expectations and shifting perceptions of the role.

As a result, RCN Scotland has designed a substantive Developing Leadership Programme, delivered across the UK and approved by the ILM, to help registered nurses to be effective role models and bring about positive changes whilst promoting a team approach that is inclusive, vibrant and supported by continuous learning. This was successfully piloted last year and was extremely popular.

There are further dates for this two-day programme at our Edinburgh headquarters on Wednesday 25 October and Tuesday 7 November 2017.  The two days are separated by two weeks to encourage reflection during the programme.

The programme has been developed for registered nurses at Level 5, or equivalent, and is suited for the NHS, independent, voluntary and third sector organisations. This is ideal for organisations who wish to invest in a group of inspiring leaders.

Visit the RCN website to find out more about the programme (this link will take you away from our website).

Alternatively, email leadershipdevelopment@rcn.org.uk or phone 0207 647 3485.

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