WONL Annual Convention for Nurse Leaders and Managers: April 15-17, 2020

February 06, 2020

WONL Annual Convention for Nurse Leaders and Managers: April 15-17, 2020
The Wisconsin Organization of Nurse Leaders (WONL) will host their annual convention for current and aspiring nurse leaders and managers April 15-17, 2020 at The Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake. This year’s convention will be a perfect combination of learning and laughter. 

The conference officially starts on Thursday with author Liz Jazwiec, RN kicking things off. She will share her expertise on inspiring leaders to the next level of their careers. Jazwiec will reveal lessons she has learned about becoming a leader and provide great takeaways on techniques to improve responsibility and effective practices in creating organizational accountability. Thursday continues with a variety of speakers who will energize and inspire you. 

Emmy-winning journalist and actor, Manitowoc Minute’s Charlie Berens, will round out the formal presentations on Thursday. He will inspire the group with his Midwest-specific humor.

The program will conclude with a fast-paced interactive improv session by Fish Sticks Comedy. Through humor and improv they will inspire new ways for leaders to foster talent in others. 

Heartfelt humor, combined with real-life examples and tactics, will leave attendees with a fresh perspective on how to engage and re-engage as a leader. 

The convention includes opportunities to network and share with other nurse leaders and managers. Those who have responsibilities for leading and managing nurses will benefit from the educational agenda and are welcome. You do not need to be a nurse or a member of WONL to attend. 

NEW THIS YEAR: An opportunity to have a poster showcasing your specific school or organization project. If you are interested in this opportunity, click here to submit your project information

For more information and to register click here. For registration questions, contact Sherry Collins at 608-274-1820.

This story originally appeared in the February 06, 2020 edition of WHA Newsletter