The program will teach participants to:
- Develop essential financial skills, enabling them to communicate budgetary information to peers and staff.
- Provide an awareness of the strategic issues facing the health care organization and the stakeholders within and outside the organization.
- Develop critical analytical skills necessary to manage task forces or project teams.
- Enhance their ability to manage resources, both human and financial, and to optimize clinical and administrative performance.
- Explore the causes of poor decision making.
Wharton Nursing Leaders session topics include:
- Planning for Execution
- Hospital Finance
- Stakeholder Mapping
- Effective Decision Making
- Team Building and Motivation
- Managing People: Influence and Persuasion
Who Attends This Program
This program is for higher-level nurse managers who are preparing for the role of chief nursing officer (CNO). Specifically, an individual attending this program must meet two of the three following criteria:
- Reports directly to the CNO of the organization
- Has multi-unit fiscal and management responsibilities
- Manages direct reports who have supervisory responsibility
To extend the impact of Wharton Nursing Leaders, we encourage companies to send cross-functional teams of executives to Wharton. We offer a choice of group benefits to companies sending four or more participants to this program.
Tuition includes lodging, breakfasts, snacks, and lunches. Hotel rooms are blocked for all participants at the Inn at Penn. Program consultants are available to provide more information on course specifics and discuss how this program might meet your needs. Please contact them by e-mail or by phone at +1 215.898.1776.
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