The Greenhouse

Building Capacity

The Road to Leadership

This is a platform for active interaction and engagement between SENIOR nursing leaders and ASPIRING NGN/RGN leaders – a 1-hour conversational and story-sharing medium to discuss the following:
    ○ The senior leader’s ‘road to leadership’;
    ○ Definitions of leadership at a grassroots level;
    ○ Questions from NGNs/RGNs about leadership;
    ○ How NGNs/RGNs can advance our profession?
At the close of these sessions, NGN/RGNs participating will be given the opportunity for ‘private’ mentorship sessions with the senior leaders that are intended to foster personal relationship building/mentoring between established and aspiring nursing and healthcare leaders.
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Bio: Netha Dyck
Name: Netha Dyck

Credentials: RN, BN, MScA, EdD, CHE, I-FCNEI, I-FCAN

Current and Former Positions: Dean, College of Nursing, University of Manitoba; Dean, School of Nursing and School of Health Sciences, Saskatchewan Polytechnic; Director, PCH Program, WRHA; Assistant Executive Director, Nursing/Patient Care Services, Concordia Hospital; Chair, Continuing Education, Red River College; President, Manitoba Association of Registered Nurses (MARN); Director, Staff Development and Quality Assurance, Bethesda Hospital; Assistant Director of Nursing, Bethesda Hospital; Intensive Care Nursing, Health Sciences Centre, Winnipeg; Operating Room Head Nurse, Bethel Hospital; Surgical and Obstetrical Nursing, Bethel Hospital. 

Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba

Biography: My diverse career in nursing leadership has spanned from nursing practice, to governance of professional associations, to nursing education. Just six months into my nursing career, I assumed the position of Operating Room Head Nurse. This experience prepared me for progressively senior leadership roles in a broad range of nursing and interprofessional practice areas. As President of the MARN, I had the opportunity to engage with and advocate for nurses, as well as liaise with government, health care employers, and community groups. I subsequently transitioned to providing leadership in academia, working with amazing teams in the design, development, implementation and evaluation of quality undergraduate and graduate nursing education programs. Throughout my career, I have engaged in formal and continuing education, contributed on boards and committees, and had the privilege of collaborating with inspiring nursing leaders and colleagues.
Nursing The Future™ acknowledges that nurses across this country live, work and play on the lands of our Indigenous Ancestors and we join our members in expressing respectful gratitude for this privilege.
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