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ICN Launches New Leadership Programmes Website
Posted: Tue, Sep 16th 2014 at 12:41:52
Geneva, Switzerland, 9 September 2014 - The International Council of Nurses (ICN) is pleased to launch a new and improved website for its leadership programmes today: http://leadership.icn.ch/ <http://leadership.icn.ch/> . The website has been designed to provide a user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality and a learning management system. To further the on-line presence of the ICN leadership programmes, the new website sections aim to spotlight programme participants and provide them opportunities for interactive discussion forums. To increase user accessibility, the new website is compatible with today's Internet browsers and mobile devices.
 ICN has been a pioneer in leadership, management and negotiation skill development for nurses for more than 20 years through the highly successful Leadership for Change(tm) and Leadership in Negotiation programmes. The Global nursing Leadership Institute (GNLI) represents the third component of ICN's leadership development strategy.
 
"We are grateful to the Burdett Trust for Nursing and Pfizer, Inc. for funding the development of the website and on-going e-learning modules," said David C. Benton, ICN's Chief Executive Officer. "Burdett sponsored the overall development of the website and Pfizer Inc. provided additional funds to assist in the development of e-learning materials, and modules for the continuing professional development of our participants and graduates of the Global Nursing Leadership Institute." 
 
Not only will this website help ICN sustain the continuing professional development of its GNLI graduates but also the participants and graduates of the ICN LFC and LIN programmes.  Many of the LFC and LIN graduates apply and are selected to participate in the GNLI.
For more information regarding the ICN Leadership Programmes visit http://leadership.icn.ch/ <http://leadership.icn.ch/>
The website was designed by OakTree Enterprise Solutions, Inc. based in Herndon, Virginia, USA. 
 

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