Leadership by design
Kathleen Williamson PhD, RN
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Session presented on:Monday, November 18, 2013:
This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of the paradigm shift of the leadership structure at a school of nursing from a traditional bureaucratic leadership model to a matrix leadership organizational structure. Based on the evidence, the matrix model was envisioned to enhance collaboration, communication, and transparency. The development, implementation, and assessment of a matrix leadership organizational structure will be shared. The complexity of how the matrix structure works and supports academic programs and faculty will be described. This presentation will address how the matrix encourages collaboration and provides an opportunity for faculty to build relationships and impact the schools' mission, vision, goals and expected outcomes. Examples of how a matrix structure encourages innovation, action, and communication will be presented. Through the matrix leadership model the complex issues that face a school of nursing can be managed using collaborative synergy.
42nd Biennial Convention 2013 Theme: Give Back to Move Forward. Held at the JW Marriott
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An evaluation of student and faculty perception on the use of technology in the undergraduate nursing education program Williamson, Kathleen M. (2016-03-21)Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015 and Tuesday, November 10, 2015: Today, the amount of technology that is available to students and faculty is overwhelming. Providing a venue for students and faculty to access ...
Stark, Debra M.; Williamson, Kathleen M.; Underwood, Sandra M.The poster presentation will highlight and present the transformational leadership journey that was facilitated by the mentors and faculty during the Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy experience.
Williamson, Kathleen M.; Lockhart, Robin; Chandler, Melody (2017-08-17)The innovation presented is a cooperative game designed to teach content and promote intraprofessional and interprofessional collaboration and teamwork. The game is unique in that it is simple to adapt to any teaching plan, ...
Williamson, Kathleen M. (2016-03-21)Session presented on Sunday, November 8, 2015: CONNECTS, is a program that builds Capacity while Optimizing the Neural Network at Extending Clinical, Theory and Skills for students and faculty in the pre-licensure nursing ...
Nursing, respiratory care, and social work undergraduate students' practices, attitudes, and knowledge/skills with evidence-based practice Williamson, Kathleen M. (2017-09-15)The purpose of this inter-professional study was to identify undergraduate nursing, respiratory care, and social work students' practice of, attitudes toward, and knowledge/skills with EBP to find patterns of adoption and ...