May 22-25, 2018

Research, Publications and Presentations

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Research and Publications
Systems Transformation: Leadership and the Use of Self. Paper presented at the Nursing Leadership Network of Ontario, Toronto, March 2017.

Liberating Structures for Engagement and Collaboration. Paper presented at the Nursing Leadership Network of Ontario, Toronto, March 2016.

The DNA of leadership development: Strategies for leaders and organizations. (Paper in progress) describing the results of a recent evaluation of the Dorothy Wylie Health Leaders Institute. The evaluation seeks to better understand the perceived influence of the Institute on professional lives and careers of alumni and identify the mechanisms by which leadership development strategies lead to success.

Promising Practices in Leadership Development. (Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership: 24(3) p. 29-41.

The Downstream Evaluation Research Study Project Synopsis conducted by Royal Roads University Centre for Health Leadership and Research on four different leadership programs: the Dorothy Wylie Nursing and Health Leaders Institutes; Royal Roads Leaders for Life programs; Master of Arts in Leadership with a Specialization in Health, Royal Roads University; and Physician Manager Institutes, Canadian Medical Association. This study tracked the experiences of individuals in their home organizations as they put into practice the concepts, ideas, and skills they acquired as part of their leadership development program.

An Integrated Approach to Change Leadership: Skelton-Green, J., Simpson, B., Scott, J. Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership 20(3) 2007, Special Online Edition, p 1-15.

Evaluation Study of a Leadership Development Intervention for Nurses. An independent evaluation of the first cohort of the Nursing Leadership Institute, over 18 months.

Building Capacity in Nursing: Creating a Leadership Institute, Simpson, B., Skelton-Green, J., Scott, J., & O’Brien-Pallas, L. (2002) Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 15(3), p. 22-27..

  • Presentations
  • Promising Practices in Leadership Development, RNAO and Hadassah University, Jerusalem, June 2012.
  • Leadership Development Through a New Lens, Paper presented at the 2012 Nursing Leadership Network Conference.
  • Diverse Approaches to Building Capacity for Leadership at the Nursing Leadership Network Annual Conference, March 2008 presented with colleagues from Annapolis Valley and Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.
  • Leadership Development in Canadian Healthcare Systems. June 2007, Canadian College of Health Service Executives National Leadership Conference.
  • Networking Cafe, Nursing Leadership Development: Lessons from the Field, Nursing Leadership network Annual Conference, March 2007.
  • With colleagues from the Professional Practice Network of Ontario, October 2007. The Realignment of Leadership, Identity and Accountability at the Ontario Hospital Association Conference.
  • Collaborative Practice: The Fundamentals, the Fears and The Future. Paper presented at the Nursing Leadership Network Annual Conference, March 2006.
  • Nursing Leadership in Turbulent Times. Paper presented at the Nursing Leadership Network Annual Conference, March 2005.
  • Building Capacity in Nursing Leadership: A Canadian Experience. Invited presentation at the International Nurses Conference on Managed Migration. Barbados, February 2004.
  • An Integrated Model of Change Leadership. Paper presented at the RNAO “Healthy Work Environments in Action” Annual Conference, November 2004.
  • Nursing Leadership for the 21st Century: Building a Learning Community. Paper presented at the Global Nursing Scholarship Conference, Rome, Italy, June 2003 and at the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing 37th Biennial Convention, November 2003.
  • Developing the Dorothy Wylie Nursing Leadership Institute. Paper presented at the Canadian Nurses Association Leadership Conference, February 2003.
  • Nursing Leadership in Health Care Agencies: Building Capacity. Poster presented at the University of Toronto Research Day, April 2002.
  • The Dorothy M. Wylie Nursing Leadership Institute. Paper presented at the Nursing Leadership Network Annual Conference, April 2002.