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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellows Program
Linda Cronenwett, PhD, RN, FAAN
Co-Director
Distinguished Professor and Former Dean,
UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing

Mano y Corazón Binational Conference of Multicultural Health Care Solutions, El Paso, Texas, September 27-28, 2013

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    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellows Program The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellows Program Presentation Transcript

    • Executive Nurse Fellows Program National Program Office Center for Creative Leadership The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellows Program Linda Lawson DNP, RN, NEA-BC Administrative Director for Health Care Transformation Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellow Sierra Providence Health Network
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline 2 Purpose • The Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellows Program is a three-year advanced leadership program for nurses who aspire to lead and shape health care locally and nationally. • Fellows strengthen their leadership capacity and improve their abilities to lead teams and organizations in improving health and health care. RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline 3 Eligibility Criteria • Executive Nurse Fellowships are open to nurses who currently hold senior leadership positions in health services, scientific and academic organizations, public health and community-based organizations or systems, or national professional, governmental, and policy organizations. • Applicants must be citizens of the United States or its territories or have permanent residency status at the time of application. • Applicants must have the support of their employing organization to engage fully in all curricular, action learning, and leadership project components of the program. • Racial, ethnic and gender diversity is embraced in this program. Candidates with diverse leadership backgrounds are encouraged to apply. RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline 4 Selection Criteria • A strong professional record that reflects positions of increasing leadership responsibility and the potential to achieve higher levels of leadership effectiveness. • Vision, passion and capability to make a substantial impact on health and health care. • Insight, courage and evidence of a commitment to lifelong growth and development. • Capacity and willingness to learn in collaborations with other Executive Nurse Fellows through action, reflection, feedback and support. • Ability to commit to three consecutive years of structured learning, self-study and project activity while continuing one’s employment. RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline 5 Approximate Dates and Deadlines September 2013 • Call for applications November 1, 2013 (1PM ET) • Informational Web conference for applicants – register online at www.executivenursefellows.org January, 2014 • Deadline for receipt of applications (specific date in call for applications at RWJF online application website beginning mid-September, 2013) May 4-6, 2014 • National advisory committee conducts face-to-face interviews with semifinalists Late May • Notification of acceptance RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline 6 Applications and Awards •Applications accepted only through the RWJF Application and Review Online system •Total Awards - Up to 20 fellowships Website: www.executivenursefellows.org RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline 7 Program • Advanced curriculum, employing best practices from the field of leadership development, delivered through seven face-to-face seminars plus technology-facilitated intersession activities (years 1-3); • Intensive and ongoing executive coaching and mentoring from program faculty and outside experts (years 1-3); • Team-based action learning during implementation of team projects (years 1-2); • Self-directed, individual leadership development activities for which funding is available (years 1-3); • Lifetime membership in ENF alumni network and my CCL RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program
    • Executive Nurse Fellows Program National Program Office Center for Creative Leadership The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellows Josefina Lujan 2009 Elias Provencio-Vasquez 2009 Sandra Ryan 2011 Linda Lawson 2012
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline 10 Fellows Improve skills as leaders… …to impact health care system by more effectively: •Leading Self: Increasing self awareness, developing adaptability, managing self/resiliency, learning agility, leading with purpose •Leading Others: Managing teams, building and maintaining relationships, leveraging diversity and difference, developing others, communicating effectively RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline 11 Fellows Improve skills as leaders… …to impact health care system by more effectively: •Leading Organizations: Leading change, making decisions, managing politics and influencing others, boundary spanning, setting vision and strategy, and transformative leadership and culture change •Leading in Health Care: Appreciating paths to leadership and the unique opportunities and challenges of leadership on boards/expert panels and through professional organizations, inter-professional contexts, political/legislative action, and efforts to improve health and health care RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline ENF Program Goal Create a cadre of nursing leaders with enhanced leadership capacity who drive improvements in: •Population Health •Access, cost, and quality of American Health Care Systems •Identification and Formation of Future Health Professionals RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 12
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline National Program Approach Use latest adult learning principles & design methodology: •Focus on leadership development •Is highly interactive and experimental •Is relevant and applicable to each Fellow’s organizational context •Includes opportunities to discuss and apply learning to broader health care context RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 13
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline National Program Focus •Leading Change and Transition •Executive Presence and Communication •Executive Leadership •Creativity and Innovation •Paying It Forward RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 14
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Outcomes and Competencies Leading Self Leading Others Leading the Organization Leading in Health Care Increasing self awareness Managing effective teams & workgroups Leading change Exerting leadership in and through professional organizations Developing adaptability Building & maintaining relationships Solving problems, making decisions & managing work Exerting leadership on boards & expert panels Managing yourself Leveraging diversity & difference Managing politics & influencing others Exerting leadership in inter-professional contexts Learning agility Developing others Boundary spanning Exerting leadership through political / legislative action Leading with purpose Communicating effectively Setting vision & strategy Exerting leadership by improving healthcare RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 15
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Individual Growth Projects •The project will be relevant to meaningful issues in health and health care •Has a stretch component: It should be a challenge to complete •Has a boundary spanning component (requires working across various silos) RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 16
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Individual Growth Projects Josefina Lujan RWJF ENF 2010 •Binational Partnership to Develop a Culturally Competent Nursing Workforce •A binational partnership between Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Gayle Greve Hunt School of Nursing and the nurse educators of Cd. Juarez, MX RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 17
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Individual Growth Project Josefina Lujan RWJF ENF 2010 The specific aims of the project were to improve the health of the residents of the El Paso-Cd. Juarez, MX borderplex by: 1) increasing the number of available culturally and clinically competent nurses (8) and 2) promoting the prevention of childhood obesity through breastfeeding as envisioned by the Baby Café Model in the United Kingdom through establishment of four Baby Café’s in Cd. Juarez, MX. RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 18
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Individual Growth Project Elias Provencio-Vasquez RWJF ENF 2010 Designing, Implementing and Evaluating a Registered Nurse Internship Program Del Sol Medical Center and UTEP School of Nursing • The current national nursing shortage is causing Schools of Nursing to produce high number of BSN nurse to enter the workforce. •There is minimal emphasis on supporting transition that the new nurse will encounter when transferring from a student role to the complex and fast paced nursing role. RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 19
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Individual Growth Projects Elias Provencio-Vasquez RWJF ENF 2010 This project supported two of the IOM recommendations for the Future of nursing 1)BSN workforce and 2)Nurse residency programs The project focused on “bridging” the gap between academia and service. I created and alliance between UTEP School of Nursing and Del Sol Medical Center RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 20
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Individual Growth Projects Elias Provencio-Vasquez RWJF ENF 2010 A structured Del Sol Medical Center BSN, RN internship program in the final semester of the nursing program provided the hospital with insight into a new nurses’ performance prior to a job offer and provided the new nurse with exposure to his/her area of interest RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 21
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Individual Growth Projects Elias Provencio-Vasquez RWJF ENF 2010 The project: •Improved competencies of new graduate nurses to assure safe and highly quality patient care •Improved graduate understanding of the continuum of care •Ensured satisfaction for RN interns and preceptors •Assured employment offers are extended to those who are a good match with Del Sol’s strategic goals •Increased the proportion of BSN prepared RNs at Del Sol •Lowered orientation costs and FTEs •Improved RN recruitment and retention to specific specialty areas RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 22
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Individual Growth Projects Elias Provencio-Vasquez RWJF ENF 2010 UTEP School of Nursing and Del Sol Medical Center have implemented 3 successful cohorts of interns and we continue to support this innovative program RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 23
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Action Learning Leadership Project •Focus on either health systems concern or a significant health or nursing issue •Requires outreach to other health leaders or partners •Focuses on a problem or challenge that is complex in nature without one obvious solution RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 24
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Action Learning Leadership Project Sandra Ryan RWJF ENF 2011 RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 25
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Re-envisioning Clinical Education for Advanced Practice Nursing Programs •Team Members: L. Lauzon Clabo, J. Giddens, P. Jeffries, B. McQuade-Jones, P. Morton, S. Ryan •Learning Project Coach: Ernestine Taylor •Sponsors: Sue Hassmiller & Andrea Brassard RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 26
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Re-envisioning Clinical Education for Advanced Practice Nursing Programs Problem Statement A new, effective, efficient, and sustainable model for nurse practitioner (NP) clinical education is needed that will prepare NPs to provide quality care in a complex healthcare system and result in an increased number of NP graduates to meet workforce demands. RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 27
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Objectives •Two overarching objectives for this action learning project were: • Start national dialog in which the status-quo of current clinical model is questioned • Discuss new models of clinical education with innovators and influential leaders RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 28
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Outcomes •National dialog: Action Learning Team wrote an editorial “A Perfect Storm: A Window of Opportunity for Revolution in Nurse Practitioner Education” which was published in Journal of Nursing Education in October, 2012. •National Think Tank with thought leaders representing across multiple health care professions. March 2013, AARP HQ, DC •White Paper summarizing seven themes that came from discussion at the think tank around clinical education. RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 29
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Outcomes (continued) American Association of College of Nursing •Conducted a national survey to gain understanding of current challenges of clinical education •Developed a National Task Force-to study the current state of clinical education National League of Nursing and the Convenient Care Association •Historic meeting to discuss workforce needs and implications of challenges in clinical education RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 30
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Collaborative Leadership • Learn how to work more effectively when managing conflict or collaborating with diverse individuals • Learn and practice a model for working more effectively across boundaries • Understand your own conflict management strengths and weaknesses for increased effectiveness • Recognize and explore the dynamics that shape collaborative work • Utilize your own - as well as others- experiences to promote learning RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 31
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Collaborative Leadership (continued) •Speak your truth •Lean into discomfort and lean into each other •Commit to non-closure •Embrace paradox •Seek intentionality, not perfection •Create a learning community RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 32
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Boundary Spanning Leadership 5 Common Boundaries •Vertical: Across levels & authority •Horizontal: Across function & expertise •Stakeholder: Across external groups & interests •Demographic: Across diverse groups & differences •Geographic: Across markets & distance RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 33
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Boundary Spanning Leadership: 3 Strategies and 6 Practices • Managing Boundaries • Buffering: creates safety • Reflecting: fosters respect • Forging Common Ground • Connecting: builds trust • Mobilizing: develops community • Discovering New Frontiers • Weaving: advances independence • Transforming: enables re-invention RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 34
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Conflict Handling Modes •Competing: “My Way or the Highway” •Accommodating: It Would Be My Pleasure” •Avoiding: “I’ll Think About It Tomorrow” •Collaborating: “Two Heads are Better Than One” •Compromising: “Let’s Make a Deal” RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 35
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline Seven Responses to Conflict Resolution • Perspective Taking: Understand others point of view • Creating Solutions: Co-creating • Expressing Emotions: • Reaching Out: Extending an olive branch • Reflective Thinking: Stop. Look. Listen • Delay Responding: Take a time out • Adapting: What’s right with this picture RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program 36
    • National Program Name National Program Tagline RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Thank You RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program/June 11, 2010 37