AONE Guiding Principles—created with the goal of developing the AONE member as a leader in collaboration and catalyst for innovation. These resources contain a wealth of information to bring you to the next level in your professional practice.
AONE Nurse Executive Competencies—these competencies represent a hallmark compendium of skills common to nurses in executive practice and are used by the health care field as a standard for designing job descriptions, setting expectations and evaluating nurse leaders. Additionally, they form the blueprint for the Certified in Executive Nursing Practice (CENP) credentialing exam.
Nurse Manager Skills Inventory—based on the three domain model developed by the Nurse Manager Leadership Partnership (NMLP), the Nurse Manager Skills Inventory captures the skills and behaviors envisioned for the successful nurse manager. This resource can be used for designing job descriptions, setting performance expectations and evaluating nurse managers. It is a complement to the Nurse Manager Skills Inventory Tool and forms the blueprint for the Certified in Nurse Manager and Leader (CNML) credentialing exam.
Principles and Elements of a Healthful Practice/Work Environment—a joint position statement that identifies nine key elements that support the development of healthful practice/work environments. These elements promote the positive impact of a healthy work environment on issues such as staff satisfaction, nurse retention, improved patient outcomes and better organizational performance.
The AONE 2013-2014 Digital Source Book also outlines AONE resources and services, advocacy, membership, educational opportunities, the AONE Foundation for Nursing Leadership Research and Education, and the Center for Care Innovation and Transformation.
The new AONE 2013-2014 Digital Source Book can be viewed on your computer, smart phone or iPad. Click here to download. Be sure to share your comments and feedback with Kim Cavaliero, AONE managing editor, at email@example.com.