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.

Building Capacity

The Road To Leadership
Building Capacity focuses on The Road to Leadership by fostering grassroots leadership conversations between new and recently graduated nurses, and senior nursing leaders.
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Leaning in

Master Classes From Nursing Leaders
Leaning In consists of a series of interviews and Master Classes from Nursing Leaders. The goal of these sessions is to advance research, innovation and grassroots practice initiatives through knowledge translation and dissemination, professional mentorship, and leadership skill building.
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The Incubator

A Nursing Leadership Capacity Institute
The Incubator consists of workshops addressing and evolving the leadership needs of new and recently graduated nurses. The next Incubator will occur as a PRE-CONFERENCE Workshop of the Workplace Integration for New Nurses (WINN)/Nursing The Future (NTF) Annual Conference in Vancouver, August 2022.
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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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