Academic journal article ABNF Journal

Carpe Diem.Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Academic journal article ABNF Journal

Carpe Diem.Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

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Soliciting and providing opportunities that strengthen the quality of the strategies unique to the development of leadership skills for all nurses, especially minorities, continues to be a passion. I also continue to be moved by the richness of the real-time stories that reflect the hearts and souls of leaders in nursing who work against a backdrop of extraordinary challenges. Clearly, the stories are reflective of nurses' contributions to others and the importance of learning the basic tenets of leadership from global communities that include higher education and business.

Colleagues who have been instrumental in guiding the model's implementation will provide information in detail about the intricacies of the model and highlight the model's success in supporting the professional and personal needs of nurse colleagues selected to participate. Colleagues who have been recipients of the effort to develop a high quality leadership development program that meets the unique needs of deans and directors committed to increasing the production of Black and minority nurses from Historically Black Colleagues and Universities (HBCUs) have contributed to the new and renewed insights provided.

The outcomes of the leadership, enhancement and development project, Project LEAD, are many. The most significant of these outcomes is the understanding that the impacts on a person and the response sets that one has are based on real environmental analysis. …

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