NCharge® “Nurses Learning to Lead”
public classes

NCharge Public Classes are virtual, instructor-led courses that increase the management and leadership skills of your charge nurses and other first-level nursing supervisors. They are relevant, highly interactive, and proven to have positive impact on unit operations and nurse satisfaction.

Let our instructors teach the class and take the stress of teaching and project management off your shoulders. For larger organizations, public classes also offer a chance to sample NCharge before training your own instructors and committing to a larger roll-out.

Charge Nurse Leadership Fundamentals
  • Employ strategies for making a smooth transition from staff nurse to charge nurse position.
  • Enhance individual and unit performance by understanding the various roles of an effective charge nurse.
  • Apply qualities for successful leadership
  • Create an individual action plan to identify challenges and maximize opportunities faced in today’s complex hospital environment.
  • Analyze the importance of patient care and experience in the implications of HCAHPS scores.

Dates:

June 13, 2022
Part 1: 12:00-2:00 ET
Break: 2:00-3:00 ET
Part 2: 3:00-5:00 ET
Supervisory Skills for Positive Outcomes
  • Evaluate strategies for monitoring and reducing the incidence of Hospital-Acquired Conditions (HACs)
  • Apply communication strategies to confidently communicate practice concerns.
  • Employ a collaborative approach to managing conflict.
  • Utilize time management strategies to prioritize the work plan.
  • Demonstrate how to delegate tasks appropriately while maintaining accountability.

Dates:

July 11, 2022
Part 1: 12:00-2:00 ET
Break: 2:00-3:00 ET
Part 2: 3:00-5:00 ET
Critical Thinking Skills for Charge Nurses
  • Differentiate decision making from critical thinking.
  • Demonstrate the benefit of applying critical-thinking to the decision-making process.
  • List four essential traits of critical thinkers
  • Use critical-thinking process to make informed decisions.

Dates:

June 27, 2022
Part 1: 12:00-2:00 ET
Break: 2:00-3:00 ET
Part 2: 3:00-5:00 ET
Leading Change in a Dynamic Climate
  • Integrate drivers of the rapidly evolving healthcare landscape into teammate discussions.
  • Accurately interpret teammates’ individual responses to change in the work environment.
  • Implement strategies to improve staff productivity by facilitating change-related transitions.
  • Collaborate with staff to improve change-related transitions impacting quality of care.

Dates:

May 16, 2022
Part 1: 10:00-12:00 ET  
Break: 12:00-1:00 ET  
Part 2: 1:00-3:00 ET
May 18, 2022
Part 1: 12:00-2:00 ET  
Break: 2:00-3:00 ET  
Part 2: 3:00-5:00 ET
July 25, 2022
Part 1: 12:00-2:00 ET  
Break: 2:00-3:00 ET  
Part 2: 3:00-5:00 ET

Courses, Schedule, and Learning Objectives

Leading Change
in a
Dynamic Climate

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Charge Nurse
Leadership
Fundamentals

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Critical Thinking Skills
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Charge Nurses

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Supervisory Skills
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Positive Outcomes

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Equip Your Charge Nurses with the management and leadership skills needed for smooth unit operations and less nursing turnover.

Features

Why NCharge?

The health crisis has reaped massive change on the nursing workforce with a staffing crisis in many areas of the US. Think of Nurse Managers and Charge Nurses as “chief retention officers." Top notch people skills, taught in NCharge classes, can help you stem turnover.

Interactive

The group discussions and interactive activities that are integral to our NCharge courses have been adapted to a virtual (webinar-style) format through the use of breakout discussion rooms, live chat box input from participants, and polls.

Interested in instructing your own NCharge classes and our TTT model?

Testimonials

“I’ve learned the power of positivity and discouraging an environment of negativity. I learned that I have the power and authority to make positive changes on my unit. I gained confidence.”
- NCharge Participant

“I’ve learned that change is not always a bad thing, but it does often take time and patience as well as support.”
- NCharge Participant

“Since participating in Charge Nurse Fundamentals, one of the charge nurses has done almost a 180. She is now one of our most effective charge nurses because of the way she’s handling things on the unit.”
- Nurse Manager

Equip Your Charge Nurses with the management and leadership skills needed for smooth unit operations and less nursing turnover.
All for the price of $199 per class!