Leadership Engagement: Striving for Zero Harm for Patients and Professional


Leadership Engagement Zero Harm for PatientsIf your organizational goal is to achieve leadership engagement with zero harm to patients, what would leaders need to succeed and why is leader engagement so important?  Lack of engagement for leaders, staff and physicians affects patient safety and professional well-being. Often failure to engage can lead to medical errors, decrease in productivity, negativity, burnout, lost revenue and so much more.  How can leaders promote staff engagement and earn the trust and respect of the team around them.

This advanced course provides in-depth solutions to enhance leader and professional engagement creating safety cultures to prevent patient harm.

Learn & Apply:

  • Examine outcomes associated with leader disengagement.
  • Explore the Leaders Toolbox providing resources leaders can use to effect the changes they need to see.
  • Learn effective strategies for leader engagement in zero harm.

Meet the course instructor on Leadership Engagement Striving for Zero Harm for Patients and Professionals

Judy Courtemanche, President of Courtemanche & Associates, has served healthcare for more than 4 decades as an administrator and nurse. She has worked in many healthcare settings and served in leadership, managerial, educational and nursing roles. In addition, she worked in accreditation as a field surveyor, team leader and faculty for The Joint Commission. She has also served healthcare organizations and systems as a regulatory consultant and educator for the past 25 years, troubleshooting and assisting physicians, leaders and staff to successfully overcome regulatory challenges through understanding, education and creative solutions for difficult issues.

Implement effective strategies to promote leader and staff engagement to achieve zero harm as outlined in this course. Interested in our Nursing Contact Hours opportunity?

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