Redefining the Artistry of Nurse Leadership: Making a Lasting Impact

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Date:  Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Time:  2:00 p.m. ET
Duration:  1 hour
The initiatives identified in this webinar will inspire nurse leaders to move beyond traditional leadership boundaries and possibly redefine their leadership purpose and legacy in nursing.
In viewing nurse leadership as an art, participants will be able to identify unexplored techniques including:
  • Improving communication, including the use of social media
  • Applying the power of persuasion
  • Implementing unique strategies to identify potential nurse leaders
Save your seat today to begin redefining nurse leadership and gain inspiration to make a lasting impact.
Please note: this webinar is a free event, and no CEUs or certificates of participation are provided. All registrants will receive a copy of the recorded webinar and slides if you cannot attend the live event.


Alisha Cornell DNP, MSN, RN
Clinical Implementation Consultant 


Prior to her current role, Alisha worked as a Registered Nurse providing care for Orthopedic, Trauma, and general surgery patients. As a clinician, she successfully climbed the clinical ladder and led an Inpatient Rehabilitation Nursing Team as the Nurse Manager. During her role as a Nurse Manager, Alisha sought to improve clinical outcomes through Six Sigma quality improvement projects, increasing nursing education, and empowering nurses as leaders using healthcare technology. After transitioning to a nurse informatics systems specialist role, she led several Epic implementations and focused her efforts in providing quality education and training to Perioperative Nurses and Anesthesia Providers as well as utilizing the electronic health record to identify trends in data and drifts in clinical documentation. Alisha holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Masters of Science in Nursing Administration, and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.