Live Webinar Series to be held:
March 15 @ 12-2pm ET - Session 1: Story of Now: The State of Public Health Leadership
March 29 @ 12-2pm ET - Session 2: Story of Self: Why Adaptive Leadership
April 12 @ 12-2pm ET - Session 3: Story of Us: Navigating Changes to Team & Partner Dynamics
This discussion-based training series will provide an opportunity for governmental public health managers and leaders to build a network of peers and reflect on skills needed to support themselves, their teams, and their partners in navigating leadership transitions. There will be a communication and storytelling focus (Public Narrative: Self, Us, and Now framework), as well as an emphasis on trauma-informed leadership, in order to equip practitioners to effectively lead through change and urgent challenges. Sessions will include a mix of presentations, small-group breakouts, and large-group discussion. The series consists of three 2-hour live sessions, along with asynchronous pre- and post- work.
Mid-level managers and leaders in governmental public health and healthcare, including nurses and public health nurses
At conclusion of the educational activity, participants will self-report knowledge gain of effective communication and leadership styles using a 4-point Likert scale.
- Describe change management and adaptive leadership
- Identify strategies to continuously learn and adjust in their leadership role
- Anticipate the needs of team members and partners during times of transition
- Describe how to engage individuals, teams, and partners to achieve program and organizational goals
Jen Rombalski, MPH, RN, Director, Office of Policy and Practice Alignment, Wisconsin Department of Health Services - Division of Public Health
Continuing Education Credit
- 7.0 MCHES Category I CECH (Areas of Responsibility: 7.3.2, 7.3.7, 8.1.6)
- PENDING: 7.0 Nursing Contact Hours (no expiration for live webinar)
- Certificate of Completion
*We report credits to NCHEC on a quarterly basis: January, April, July, and October.