Nurse Managers Benefiting From Two-Day Workshop

Nurse managers at the capacity building symposium

Nurse managers, from throughout St. Kits and Nevis, are being given the opportunity to improve on their leadership skills and increase their knowledge, while contributing to a quality healthcare culture, through a two day leadership workshop, March 13 and 14, at the CUNA Conference Center.

The objective is to provide the necessary support for nurses to deepen their knowledge, expand their abilities to contribute to organizational growth, while highlighting career options.

Facilitators for the symposium include Deirdre Richardson, CEO & Founder of Richardson Business Solutions; Colin Gunthorpe, Pastor, Therapist, and Life Coach; and Douglas Wattley, Management Consultant.

Dr. Rondalyn Dennis-Bradshaw, Principal Nursing Officer expects the workshop which focuses on leadership and team-building exercises, discussions on effective communication and strategies for managing change, to be a window of opportunity to buttress the nurses’ commitment to best quality health care.

Lindsey Maynard, Director of Operations in the Ministry of Health, expressed a similar view. She saw the seminar as an avenue to encourage participants to cultivate positive change, through interactions and the improving of policies that will foster holistic health care improvement.

Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Terrance Drew, who is also the Minister of Health, emphasized the need for leaders within the health sector. He also spoke about the influential capacity of leaders, in brief remarks of encouragement to open the two-day session.

Participants have shared that the workshop is informative, engaging, and thought-provoking.

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