Today in Nursing Leadership

Where the most meaningful discussions for nurse leaders happen.

A podcast from the American Organization for Nursing Leadership

Success for leaders means staying one step ahead. Tune into Today in Nursing Leadership for monthly conversations with nursing leadership experts, featuring information, insights and innovations that drive change and provoke action. In each episode, hear from experts highlighting challenges facing nurse leaders today and how to navigate these for success.

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Latest Episodes

It takes 3: Creating Shared Responsibility for Employee Engagement

Oct. 18, 2021

Vicki Hess discusses three essential elements to creating shared responsibility for employee engagement. Learn more.

Extreme Caring and Moments of Miracles: Nursing's Contribution

Sept. 20, 2021

Wanona (Winnie) Fritz discusses how being a combat nurse shaped innovations in health care of homeless veterans and other vulnerable populations. Hear stories from her combat nurse days of resilience that apply to current challenges of today. Learn more.

Beyond Deny & Defend: Engaging Patients in Solutions

July 19, 2021

Anne Pedersen and Joanne Sorensen discuss how implementing a transparent approach following a medical error positively impacts patient and provider satisfaction as well as litigation risk. Learn more.

Leading Disruptive Change: Transforming Your Onboarding Experience

August 16, 2021

Rachel Kelter shares how nurse leaders utilized disruptive innovation through challenging the status quo to facilitate a culture shift and onboarding practice changes for an entire health care system. Learn more.

Beyond Deny & Defend: Engaging Patients in Solutions

July 19, 2021

Anne Pedersen and Joanne Sorensen discuss how implementing a transparent approach following a medical error positively impacts patient and provider satisfaction as well as litigation risk. Learn more.

Preserve the ART of Human Caring with Micro-Practices

June 14, 2021

Karen White-Trevino explores how evidence-based, caring micro-practices can be integrated into the daily workflow of RNs working in the acute care setting. Caring micro-practices are actionable activities that operationalize the ethic of caring.Learn more.

Street Nurse Program Delivering Care to Meet Patient

May 10, 2021

Anna Kiger, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAONL, discusses how hospitals are challenged with managing the homeless patient population. Learn about one system's approach to managing the population's needs where they are - in the homeless neighborhoods and camps. Learn more.

When the Customer Is Not Always Right

April 9, 2021

Janet Davis MSN, RN, NEA-BC, and Jeanette Karon discuss behavioral disruption in the health care environment and share solutions on how to improve staff safety while managing disruptive patients and visitors. Learn more.

Using Questions to Find Solutions

March 16, 2021

Amy Stockman, RN, MBA, NEA-BC, FACHE, Associate Chief Nursing Officer, Miami Valley Hospital, explores effective strategies nurse leaders can use to guide employees to find their own solutions. Learn more.

Moving Your Career Forward as an Early Careerist

Feb. 12, 2021

Kit Bredimus, DNP, RN, CNML, shares how to know when you’re ready to take that next career step and the path to get there. Learn more.

Reducing Documentation Burden to Return Joy to Nursing

Jan. 18, 2021

Katherine Howell, MBA, RN, NEA-BC shares leadership tactics and hard-won lessons learned to remove redundant structures and processes from our frontline nurses. Learn more.

Navigating Change on the Go

Dec. 14, 2020

Cynthia Herrington, DNP, RN, NE-BC, OCN explores steps leaders can take to navigate change in today’s challenging health care environment. Learn more.

Developing Nurse Leaders Moral Muscle through Ethical Self-Assessment

Nov. 17, 2020

Stuart Downs, DNP, RN, CENP, FAONL, discusses the limited methods of ethics education for nurse leaders and how to fill this gap. Learn more.

Highly Reliable Leaders Listen!

Oct. 14, 2020

Amy Trueblood, MS, RN, NE-BC shares the value of listening and relationship-based communication as a leadership necessity to creating highly reliable cultures. Learn more.