From the Bottom to the Top

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 402
Date: Fri, Apr 6th, 2018
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Description:

Antill, C. (2015). Rocking the boat: the link between transformational leadership and advocacy. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, 09(02), 93-99.

Choi, S., Goh, C., Adam, M., & Tan, O. (2016). Transformational leadership, empowerment, and job satisfaction: the mediating role of employee empowerment. Human Resources for Health, 14(73). doi 10.1186/s12960-016-0171-2

Hamstra, M., Yperen, N., Wisse, B., & Sassenberg, K. (2014). On the perceived effectiveness of transformational-transactional leadership: the role of encouraged strategies and follower’ regulatory focus. European Journal of Social Psychology, 44, 6430656. doi: 10.1002/ejsp.2027

Roberts-Turner, R., Hinds, P., Nelson, J., Pryor, J., Robinson, N., & Wang, J. (2014). Effects of leadership characteristics on pediatric registered nurses’ job satisfaction. Pediatric Nursing, 40(5), 236-256.
Session Type: Leadership and Management

Session Description: Participants will learn techniques and strategies to improve RN satisfaction, retention, engagement and practice environment in a multigenerational workforce.
Primary Presenter Bio: Ginger Winder is a Masters prepared nurse manager for pediatric a surgical trauma burn unit. She has been a nurse for 16 years and a manger on the unit for 3 years. Her expertise include utilizing lean methodologies, leadership strategies, and driving improvements in quality and safety performance.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children National Health System
Presenter 2 Institution: Children National Health System
Presenter 2 Bio: Eliana Maldonado is a Bachelors prepared nurse educator for pediatric a surgical trauma burn unit. She has been a nurse for 15 years and a educator on the unit for 10 years. Her expertise include utilizing adult learner strategies, leadership strategies, and driving quality and safety performance.
Presenter 3 Bio: Catherine Williams, RN MS, BSN, is a board certified nurse executive with more than 20 years of nursing leadership experience and more than 26 years as a Pediatric Registered Nurse. She currently serves as the Director of Neuroscience and Surgical Care Nursing at Children’s Health System. Mrs. Williams is passionate about quality improvement and patient safety and leads/co-leads several initiatives to improve outcomes for patients and families at Children’s National. She is published in the areas of nursing research, safety and nursing philanthropy.
Presenter 3 Institution: Childrens National Health System
Session Type: Leadership and Management

Session Description: Participants will learn techniques and strategies to improve RN satisfaction, retention, engagement and practice environment in a multigenerational workforce.
Primary Presenter Bio: Ginger Winder is a Masters prepared nurse manager for pediatric a surgical trauma burn unit. She has been a nurse for 16 years and a manger on the unit for 3 years. Her expertise include utilizing lean methodologies, leadership strategies, and driving improvements in quality and safety performance.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children National Health System
Presenter 2 Institution: Children National Health System
Presenter 2 Bio: Eliana Maldonado is a Bachelors prepared nurse educator for pediatric a surgical trauma burn unit. She has been a nurse for 15 years and a educator on the unit for 10 years. Her expertise include utilizing adult learner strategies, leadership strategies, and driving quality and safety performance.
Presenter 3 Bio: Catherine Williams, RN MS, BSN, is a board certified nurse executive with more than 20 years of nursing leadership experience and more than 26 years as a Pediatric Registered Nurse. She currently serves as the Director of Neuroscience and Surgical Care Nursing at Children’s Health System. Mrs. Williams is passionate about quality improvement and patient safety and leads/co-leads several initiatives to improve outcomes for patients and families at Children’s National. She is published in the areas of nursing research, safety and nursing philanthropy.
Presenter 3 Institution: Childrens National Health System