Supporting nurses to become clinical leaders

RCN clinical leadership programme revitalises senior nurses' approach to leading and managing teams 
Supporting leaders

Putting ideas into practice is at the core of the RCN’s clinical leadership programme, which supports participants to make improvements.

Clinical leadershop programmes focus the mind on one issue. Image: Getty

‘It’s a transformational experience,’ says RCN interim head of education Anne Corrin. ‘The change is both personal and professional.’

Feedback from those taking part highlights increasing self-awareness and improvements in managing teams, with the programme revitalising their approach. Organisations say the course has a positive effect on staff retention.

Dual offering

Suitable for both NHS trusts and the independent sector, the programme is offered in two ways:

  • For individuals and costs £2,000 plus VAT, with discounts for RCN members. The next programme starts in January at the RCN headquarters in London.
  • For healthcare organisations, which select a representative to be trained at an RCN residential course. The aim is for the participant
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