Based upon the successful Wisconsin Leadership Residency, the RWHC National Rural Health Leadership Residency brings together new health care leaders to expedite the likelihood of success in the leadership role. New leaders in health care often come from the ranks- employees with good potential for leadership and management but with little training or support. Attract and retain your new leaders by investing in this residency program!
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The intended outcomes of the RWHC National Rural Health Leadership Virtual Residency Program include:
Monthly Learning Sessions for one year – Every month for one year, leaders attend a virtual highly interactive and enriching learning session, with practical skill-building topics that can be applied immediately.
Video Work between Sessions – Some of the topics will require approximately 30-60 minutes on
participants’ own time between classes to cover topic content.
Coaching Calls – Via Zoom with program facilitators, participants will have three scheduled calls throughout the year to get individual support and learn tips to address any unique challenges they
Email List Serv – For “just in time” learning, networking and support between sessions.
Curriculum Structure – The learning session topics are organized according to:
Building capacity for leadership across the continuum and beyond
Themes that will run throughout the curriculum:
Target Audience: Novice leaders, supervisors, managers, directors, team leads, charge nurse, etc., with less than one year experience in a leadership role are the ideal candidate. The commitment is for the full year of the program.