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The Importance of Education for Those in Leadership Roles

President of Outpatient Healthcare Strategies Jessica Nantz discusses how ambulatory surgery center leaders can internally identify and grow outstanding nurse leaders and directors of nursing. 
To read the full article from Becker’s ASC, Click Here

Jessica Nantz goes on to describe the qualities and values that she looks for and nurtures in her staff and how that mentorship looks. The general idea being maintaining and embracing a commitment to excellent care is the key to success.

That commitment to the highest quality of patient care must be innate and embraced. Though that passion can’t be taught, but a strong skill set of leadership skills and communication skills can be built. Ensuring that staff have the highest quality foundation of education and training is something that is easily achieved with quality continuing education.

Pedagogy recognizes the critical role that knowledge has when it comes to building a strong foundation for all healthcare staff, including those in leadership roles. We offer classes that help foster and develop those critical leadership skills.

Understanding the Leader in You is a course that helps build an understanding of the difference between “Management” and “Leadership”, evaluate the impact of various leadership styles on staff effectiveness, learn the real impact that broken trust can have on the relationship between leadership and staff, and take a hard look at the focus great managers can bring to the workplace and their impact.

In addition to this invaluable look at the true role of “leadership” our class Communication in Healthcare embraces the need to critically examine the impact of both verbal and non-verbal communication, recognizing and preventing obstructions to clear and effective communication, and tools to help develop stronger communication skills.

For more information on how to purchase the courses for yourself or your staff, contact us at sales@pedagogy-inc.com or by phone at 903-871-2150.
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