Registrant Refund Policy: Cancellation received in writing 14 DAYS prior to the program will receive a full refund minus a $30 cancellation fee. In the event that you cannot attend, your registration is transferable to a colleague or another conference event. In the rare event that RTConnections, LLC has to cancel for any other reason, sole liability shall be limited to tuition and a refund will be provided within 30 days.
RTConnections is a provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider number CEP 16133. Nurses can also achieve contact hours through Carlow University, a regionally accredited institution of higher education. Provider address: 3333 Fifth Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Date: September 22nd, 2017
Location: Harrah’s North Kansas City Hotel and Casino
1 Riverboat Drive . North Kansas City, MO 64116
Timeframe: 8am – 12pm
Contact Hours: 3.5
On Friday, September 22nd, you will learn:
- How to set behavioral expectations
- How to confront disruptive behavior in the moment using scripting
- What to do when your staff complain that their coworkers are “bullying” them
- How to create a culture of accountability and respect
- How to create strong partnerships with Human Resources
- How to empower your staff to confront bullying behavior
- How to build a case to eliminate a queen or king bully
TO ATTEND THIS TARGETED WORKSHOP, YOU MUST MEET ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
- Be a Nurse Executive Nurse
- Be a Nursing Director or Front Line Manager with Direct Reports
- Work as a Leader in the Human Resource Department Nurse faculty
Workshop Host: Renee Thompson DNP, RN, CMSRN
As an international speaker, author, and consultant Dr. Renee Thompson tackles the professional challenges facing healthcare leaders today. With 26 years as a clinical nurse, nurse educator, and nurse executive, Dr. Thompson is an expert on workplace bullying and has won numerous awards for her work to eliminate bullying and incivility in healthcare organizations and academic institutions.
Ignoring your bullying problem is affecting your nurse retention; patient safety, quality, and satisfaction goals!
DID YOU KNOW…
• Of the new nurses who quit their first job within the first year, 60% quit due to bullying & incivility
• It costs $80,000 to replace one nurse – $145,000 if the nurse has experience.
We are hemorrhaging really great nurses. Leaders can no longer afford to ignore their bullying problem.
Eliminating bullying and incivility is a skill that leaders can develop!