Jan 29, 2023  
2021-2022 Graduate Bulletin 
    
2021-2022 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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NUR 736 - RELATIONSHIP-BASED LEADERSHIP IN HEALTHY WORKING ENVIRONMENTS: SEMINAR


College of Nursing

Credits: 3

This systems level course provides opportunities for leadership development for nurses in varied leadership roles. The course focuses on theories of systems, leadership, motivation, politics, power, influence, justice, ethics, and organizational behavior to lead individuals and groups providing healthcare in organizations and in the community. The course will also focus on organizational, legal, economic, and technical issues concerned with acquiring, motivating, and retaining employees, with emphasis directed to the development, implementation, and assessment of policies and practices consistent with legal, social, human, and environmental dynamics. Emphasis will be placed on analyzing the practice environment using research findings, literature and aggregate data. Students will learn how to integrate evidence-based decision making competencies to maximize attention to diverse challenges in the work environment.

Prerequisite(s):
Prereq: Enrollment in graduate nursing program.
Approved for Distance Learning.



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