Governor Leticia B. Puguon of Region II, has given us honor by earning a slot out of the thirty (30) available to join the prestigious ICN Global Nursing Leadership Institute. One-hundred one (101) applications from around the globe were screened by a selection panel. Gov. Puguon impressed the members well, giving her the nod to join the privileged few in the institute. This will be held from September 8 to 14, 2012 in Geneva, Switzerland. All the expenses related to her participation will be shouldered by ICN.
The Global Nursing Leadership Institute (GNLI) offers an advanced leadership programme for nurses and/or midwives at senior level and executive positions in developed and developing countries across the world. The programme, drawing on the expertise of international faculty, allows participants to review and enhance their national and global leadership knowledge and skills within a collaborative and stimulating learning culture. The GNLI is facilitated by Dr Stephanie Ferguson, Associate Professor and Director of the Community Nursing Organization at the Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr Ferguson is also the Director of the ICN Leadership for Change programme.
ICN has been a pioneer in leadership, management and negotiation skill development for nurses for more than 25 years, through the highly successful Leadership for Change™ (LFC) and Leadership in Negotiation (LIN) programmes. The GNLI represents the third-arm of ICN’s leadership development strategy.
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