AACN Team Coaching Development Series

Thursday, November 01, 2012
AACN Team Coaching Development Series
Thursday, November 01, 2012 - Thursday, May 30, 2013

Online/Onsite (Jan 16 New Orleans)

Improving health care delivery and outcomes of care is not easy. 

Field experience and research (Godfrey et al. 2012, Grumbach, Bainbridge & Bodenheimer 2012,  Jaen et al 2010) increasingly support the intervention of “coaching” to help front line interprofessional teams meet their challenging improvement goals while improving patient centered care. 

CNLs are in a unique leadership position to lead and develop interprofessional teams to provide and improve care. 

The aim of the Team Coaching Development Series is to provide practicing CNLs and CNL faculty with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully coach and develop interprofessional teams in their organization. This five-part series is comprised of live virtual sessions followed by a period of active learning where participants can apply learnings in their workplace. There will be large group discussions along with smaller group discussions with assigned faculty to help customize the coaching approach and activities. The Series' website will serve as a repository of resources and materials as well as a space where participants can communicate, share experiences and track progress.

Six (6) part interactive series blending webinars (2.5 hours each), action periods and one face-to-face learning session the day prior to the 2013 Annual CNL Summit.

The deadline to register is October 30, 2012 but early registration is encouraged since cohort size is limited.


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Payment Instructions

  • Price:   $1,200/person

    Groups of 4 or more:
      $1,000 per/person

    Payment can be made by credit card or check

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