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Work Group 5

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Work Group 5

TIGER Leadership Development



Working together using this wiki

This wiki is a shared online whiteboard that allows the entire group to easily share information to each other and other TIGER collaborative team members. The material on the wiki should be considered to be in draft format and will be published on the TIGER website at www.tigersummit.com upon completion. 


Activities of Work Group 5

This work group will write articles on this topic for publication in trade journals (e.g., Nursing Management). 


Group members

  • Dana Alexander - Group Lead
  • Beverly Bell
  • Debi Martoccio
  • Kay Sackett

  • Susan Vaughn

  • Reonel "Joon" Saddul
  • Barbara Boelter 
  • Ann Coleman




Draft Compiled Recommendations



TIGER Leadership_Recommendations_092908.doc


Draft outline



TIGER Leadership Colloborative WG5_Summary Report V2.doc 

Ldrshp Colloborative WG5_Summary Report.doc

References style - instructions for authors

Instructions for Authors.doc

TIGER Summary Report to use as style guide




Next meeting: June 3, 2008 at 2 p.m. EDT

Please register in advance at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/691826699


Meeting Archive

April 22, 2008 at 11 a.m. EDT

March 25, 2008 at 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Eastern




Draft Outline for Leadership Development Summary Report (use the TIGER Summary Report above as style guide template):

  1. Explain the scope of the issue and the reason for its urgency
  2. Provide background on the topic—utilize the literature review (WG#1) and perhaps provide context around the programs studied
  3. Key leadership development needs – perhaps use the work of WG#4 completing the assessment and WG#2 (critical competencies for leaders)
  4. Review the different types of leadership development programs/options – include case studies or examples of each to help illustrate – include references or links to these programs – these might be further subdivided between education and practice leaders
  5. Discuss any gaps in current leadership development programs and any recommendations for filling the gaps identified
  6. Describe any recommendations and/or next steps for the industry (may subdivide by stakeholders or environment—e.g., education vs. practice)

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