NURS 636 - Authentic Leadership Development in Healthcare Organizations
Integration of the conceptual and practical foundations of authentic leadership at the individual and organizational level is the focus of this course. Students will develop their authentic leadership capabilities to apply authentic leadership principles in the course capstone project and inter-professional evident-based practice. Course content will emphasize authentic leadership development to maximize partnerships for patient and family centered care and safety, teamwork and collaboration, quality improvement, and technology utilization.
Prerequisite(s): acceptance in the MSN (Nurse Manager Leader Track) program or other graduate program in the College of Nursing and Health Professions.
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