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©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved Cohort Orientation Webinar July 14, 2011 A national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation® administered by the Center for Creative Leadership and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Nursing.
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. Today’s Agenda Welcome Program Overview Learning Outcomes Session 1 and Related Pre-Work ENF Community Website Next Steps Questions
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. Welcome to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellows Program
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. Congratulations to the 2011 Cohort 138 applications 46 in-person interviews 21 selected by the National Advisory Committee Press release from RWJF about your accomplishments, July 2011
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. ENF Stakeholder Map
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. ENF Program Goal To create a cadre of nursing leaders with enhanced leadership capacity who drive improvements in: population health; access, cost, and quality of American health care systems; and the identification and formation of future health professionals
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. NPO Approach to Program Using latest thinking in adult learning principles and design methodology, the program will: Focus on leadership development Be highly interactive and experiential Be relevant and applicable to each Fellow’s organizational context Include opportunities to discuss and apply learning to broader health care context
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. ENF Outcomes/Competencies
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. September 11 – 17, 2011 Greensboro January 29 – February 1, 2012 Colorado Springs January 27– 29, 2013 Colorado Springs June 17– 21, 2012 Greensboro June 17– 21, 2013 Greensboro February 3– 6, 2014 Boston September 14– 20, 2014 Greensboro Date TBD July 14, 2011 WebEx
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. ENF Session 1 Focus: A foundation in all four competency categories Fellows will be able to: Understand their own leadership strengths and weaknesses for increased effectiveness Seek, use, and deliver feedback for greater leadership impact Identify and develop daily practices for building resiliency Work more effectively with a variety of personality and communication styles Develop more effective relationships
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. ENF Session 1 Focus: A foundation in all four competency categories Fellows will be able to: Add a systems level perspective to personal leadership models Manage multiple constituencies to build involvement & ownership of the work Identify behaviors that support or get in the way of cross-organizational interaction Utilize their own as well as others’ experiences to promote learning Solicit input from diverse sources and perspectives to foster collaboration
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. ENF Session I (GSO) Program Agenda
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. Session 1 Pre-Work Executive Nurse Fellows 360: View Assessment before assigning raters Choose those who know you well enough Choose a balance of people, i.e. supporters & critics A minimum of 3 for Peers (within or outside of your organization) and 3 Direct Reports (invite at least 5) You can have a Boss and a Superior (e.g., a Board Member)—Boss, Superior, and Other categories of feedback will be apparent Show your rater selections to another for an objective opinion Help screens with more detail will appear as you proceed through the steps Self Assessments: Participant Background Form, Biographical Inventory, Work Place Big Five, California Psychological Inventory 260, Health and Physical Activity Questionnaire Influence Style Indicator – will receive separate instructions on this
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. Screenshot of the 360 (actual page magnified)
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. Session 1 Pre-Work Key Leadership Challenge To be completed ahead of time and submitted electronically to the NPO A specific, significant leadership challenge or opportunity you currently face, that: Is of primary importance to you, your work group, and/or your organization Involves others, who also have a significant investment in the outcome(s) Has persisted over a period of time, or is likely to do so May require changes in values, assumptions, or behaviors for those involved
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. ENF Community Website Fellows will receive sign in information on Friday Landing page for all logistic and assessment direction Link to the wider ENF community, including directory Repository for program materials and background information
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. ENF Community Website Demo
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. What To Do Next and When By July 20 th : Sign in to ENF Community website and complete your profile Make plane reservations for September Session- arrive in Greensboro by 3pm, Sunday, September 11 th, depart anytime Saturday, September 17 th or later Complete steps 1 and 2 in the CCL IAS assessment link By August 22 nd : Complete step 3 in the CCL IAS assessment link Complete Influence Style Indicator assessment By August 29th: Key Leadership Challenge document to the NPO
©2011 Center for Creative Leadership. All Rights Reserved. Questions?
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