On Every Shift. In Every Location. Every Nurse Has Influence.
Nurses not only save lives, they change lives. They impact families, inspire younger generations and invest in their communities. Their leadership gives life and hope—in 2020, this has become more evident than ever.
Developing leadership skills can help nurses achieve greater teamwork and care to those they serve. This is why The Global Leadership Summit supports every registered nurse seeking to grow in their leadership skills as a part of their continuing education portfolio.
Obtain Your Certificate of Completion in Two Steps
Attend The Global Leadership Summit
Attendance at The Global Leadership Summit is eligible for 11.25 of contact hours of continuing nursing education thanks to ANCC approval. Use priority code NURSE20 to access your special, reduced rate of $99.
Request Your Certificate
After the GLS, return here to GlobalLeadership.org/Nurse to submit your request for your certificate of completion to provide to your employer. Once you submit the form, you will receive your downloadable certificate.
What to Expect
The Global Leadership Summit is a two-day infusion of fresh ideas, actionable concepts, leadership principles and heartfelt inspiration you can attend either at a local host site or online. We’ve convened a unique group of 16 world-class faculty who will share their distinct perspectives, inspiring and equipping individuals with practical leadership skills that can be applied right away.
Topics our faculty will dive into this year include:
- Breaking free from the lies we believe about work
- Becoming more agile and inventive
- Identifying five permissions to multiply your time
- Overcoming fear and problematic power dynamics in teams
- Leveraging science-based research to increase connection opportunities
- Leading through crisis and ever–changing new realities
*This continuing nursing education activity has been approved by the Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. There is no conflict of interest for anyone with the ability to control content of this activity.