SIM Path 415 American Sentinel Management Orientation Program Proposal Activity 5
Management Orientation Program Proposal
You have the opportunity to create a proposal to present to the leadership team for the orientation of new nurse managers. This project will include the creation of an orientation using leadership and management topics that will be selected to support the nurse manager as he or she transitions into the new role. This project will compile specific topics, resources and facilitators to support a new nurse manager as they get acclimated to the organization or unit. APA citations expected.
Your proposal should include:
- Introductory and concluding remarks
- Identify 8 specific topics to support the new nurse manager
- Learning objectives for the lesson(s)
- Rationale for including each topic with a synthesis of professional literature
- Recommendation of internal and or external materials for each topic
- Recommendation of a facilitator for each topic
Rationale listing why the materials and facilitator(s) are the most appropriate choice for that topic
Reading and Resources
- Review topic focused chapters in Unit III in Marquis, B. L., & Huston, C. J. (2017). Leadership roles and management functions in nursing: Theory and application. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.
- AONE-American Organization of Nurse Executives: Nurse Manager Skills Inventory (2008). Retrieved from http://www.aone.org/resources/nurse-manager-skills-inventory.pdf
- Dellasega, C., Gabbary, R., Durdock, K., & Martinez-King, N. (2009). An exploratory study of the orientation needs of experienced nurses. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 40(7), 311-316. doi: 10.3928/00220124-20090623-04
- Galuska, L. A. (2014). Education as a springboard for transformational leadership development: Listening to the voices of nurses. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 45(2), 67-76. [Found in ProQuest Central, linked on the library gateway page, A-Z list of collections]
- Schwarzkopf, R., Sherman, R. O., & Kiger, A.J.(2012). Taking charge: Front-line nurse leadership development. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 43(4), 154-9. [Found in ProQuest Central, linked on the library gateway page, A-Z list of collections]
- Whaley, A. & Gillis, W. E. (2016). Leadership development programs for health care middle managers: An exploration of the top management team member perspective. Health Care Management Review. Retrieved from Ovid.
- All submissions should have a title page and reference page.
- Utilize a minimum of two scholarly resources.
- Adhere to grammar, spelling and punctuation criteria.
- Adhere to APA compliance guidelines.
- Adhere to the chosen Submission Option for Delivery of Activity guidelines.
Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation
|10 to 12 slides. Add title and reference slides.Follow Rules of 7.|
|Table with appropriate columns and headers.Include title and reference pages.|
Graphs or other illustrations
|Graphs or illustrations with appropriate labels. Include title and reference pages.|
Note: Title and reference pages/slides do not count towards the count requirements. Management and Leadership – Management Orientation Proposal
QSEN Competency: 2) Teamwork and Collaboration BSN Essential II
Description: Apply leadership concepts, skills, and decision making in the provision of high-quality nursing care, healthcare team coordination, and the oversight and accountability for care delivery in a variety of settings.Course Competencies: 4) Develop a personal “toolkit” based on best practice evidence for managing workplace issues such as change initiatives, conflict and discrimination. 5) Assess various staffing methodologies/models related to building an effective health care team.AreaGold MasterySilver ProficientBronze AcceptableAcceptable Mastery not DemonstratedComprehensive (minimum of 8) TopicsAssembles comprehensive (minimum of 8) topics for management orientation in a PowerPoint.Identifies 5-8 major topics to include in a management orientation program in a PowerPoint.Identifies 4 or less topics to include in a management orientation program in a PowerPoint.Does not include topics for a management orientation program in a PowerPointSourcesJustifies the inclusion of the topic using peer reviewed and/or professional sources in the speaker notes.Discusses the rationale for the inclusion of the topics with references from some non- peer reviewed or non- professional source(s) in the speaker notes.Lists the rationale of the inclusion of the topics to include without being referenced or from non-peer reviewed or non- professional sources in the speaker notes.Does not include rationaleOutlineAssembles an outline of the objectives/ competencies necessary at completion of orientation in the Power Point.Identifies objectives/ competencies necessary at completion of orientation in the Power Point.Identifies some objectives or competencies necessary at completion of orientation in the Power Point.Does not complete an outline of the objectives/compete ncies necessaryInventories resources and facilitatorsDetails resources and facilitators (internal &/or external) to use during orientation and explains why they are the mostIdentifies some resources and/or facilitators (internal and external) to use during orientation and explains whyIdentifies limited resources and/or facilitators (internal and external) to use during orientation, including anDoes not include resources and facilitatorsappropriate choice for each topic in the speaker notes.they are the most appropriate choice for each topic in the speaker notes.explanation of some of the choices.RationaleExplains why the materials and the facilitator are the most appropriate choice for each topic.Explains why the materials and the facilitator are the most appropriate choice for at least five topics.Explains why the materials and the facilitator are the most appropriate choice for at less than five topics.Does not explain why the materials and the facilitator are the most appropriate choice.APA, Grammar,Spelling, and PunctuationNo errors in APA, Spelling, and Punctuation.One to three errors in APA, Spelling, and Punctuation.Four to six errors in APA, Spelling, and Punctuation.Seven or more errors in APA, Spelling, and Punctuation.ReferencesProvides two or more references.Provides two references.Provides one references.Provides no references.