Art of Nursing Program 2017 Speaker Profile
Dr. Louise Jakubik is a mentoring thought leader and workforce development expert who is a master mentor and leading research scientist on mentoring in nursing. She is the President and Chief Mentoring Officer of the Nurse Mentoring Institute. Her research agenda exploring mentoring practices and benefits for nurses and their workplaces spans 10 years including developing two mentoring research instruments and an evidence-based mentoring model.
Dr. Jakubik facilitates mentoring culture in nursing by assisting organizational leaders to embed systems, structures, and values that support and promote mentoring. In 2014, she received the designation of Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) by the National Speakers Association; this is the highest international recognition for professional speakers with fewer than 30 nurses world-wide with this designation.
Dr. Jakubik was the recipient of the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) 2016 Mentor Award for serving as a nurse in executive practice who has been exemplary as a mentor to her colleagues.
Presentation Date: May 9, 2017
Topic: Evidence-Based Mentoring: What is it? And What Matters?
- Define mentoring and related definitions such as onboarding, orientation, and residency
- Describe the science related to mentoring which supports its timing and purpose
- Identify an abundance strategy that can be used in mentoring