Back to Basics: Leading Nurses Post-Pandemic

Free On-Demand Webinar

The COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on nursing staff in the U.S. Increased workloads and patient care demands led to historic burnout and turnover among nurses, causing increased labor costs and disruption to healthcare services. This webinar will focus on returning to the basics of leading nurses through this new era of healthcare delivery—specifically, support and well-being, training and skill development, communication and collaboration, recognition and appreciation, and strategies for managing across multigenerational work groups. At the conclusion, leaders will have a better understanding of how they can create environments that promote the well-being of their nursing staff, facilitate their professional growth, and empower them to provide high-quality care.

Expires: July 25, 2025

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What You Will Learn

Upon successful completion of this activity, you will be able to:

  • Identify three strategies to support the wellbeing of staff, training and skill development, communication, and collaboration, and recognition.
  • Identify two strategies for managing across multi-generational work groups.
  • Enduring Material Release Date: 07/24/2023
  • Enduring Material Expiration Date: 07/25/2025
  • Format: Webinar
  • Location:  Virtual
  • Target Audience All APRN’s and RN’s
  • Statement of Need All nurses benefit from gaining an awareness of the role of the interim nurse leader and how this role will facilitate the success of the organization.





While professional development activities offered by an American Nurses Credentialing Center Provider Unit typically satisfy the requirements of most states, Walden University recommends that participants ensure that the content offered meets their individual requirements. To the extent that contact hours must be approved within one’s state of residence or licensure, participants should check with their state board of nursing before enrolling in any professional development activity. The state board of nursing determines the number and type of contact hours that can be claimed for professional development activities.