Ensure your legacy! 
Does the thought of retiring and leaving the reins to the nurse leaders on your staff keep you up at night? In the next few years, many nurses will be leaving the workforce and it’s important to make sure you have a reliable plan for the next wave of nurse leaders.  Learn more about development strategies, how to get your organization to invest, nurse competencies that will be needed in the future, and why engaging Gen Y nurses is more important than ever.



 Join Dr. Joyce Batcheller for a free webinar on Nurse Succession Planning on Tuesday June 27, at 3pm Eastern Time, 12pm PT. 


About Joyce Batcheller, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN
Joyce served as Senior Vice President and CNO of the Seton Healthcare Family from 1994-2013. She led the development and implementation of Seton’s shared governance structure and drove practice and safety improvements. Under her leadership, nine of Seton’s hospitals achieved ANCC designation. Joyce is a Robert Woods Johnson Fellow, a founder of CNO Academy, serves on the advisory board of Anita Thigpen Perry School of Nursing at Texas Tech Lubbock, is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing, and is a frequent guest lecturer for nursing leadership and educational organizations.

Joyce is passionate about development of first-level supervisory nurses, charge nurses, clinical coordinators and others. Joyce is also very optimistic about Gen Y nurses and has many great thoughts on how to engage them!

Professional Memberships: American Academy of Nursing, Fellow; American Association of Critical–Care Nurses; American College of Health Executives, American Nurses Association/Texas Nurses Association; American Organization of Nurse Executives/Texas Organization of Nurse Executives; National League for Nursing; Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow Alumni Association; Sigma Theta Tau International; Society of Critical Care Medicine



About NCharge® “Nurses Learning to Lead”
NCharge gives first level supervisory nurses the insights, interpersonal skills, and business knowledge they need to more effectively manage, inspire, and lead. Our hospital customers are some of the largest systems in the U.S. These customers use NCharge to build their nurse leader pipeline, ensure a smooth transition from nurse peer to nurse leader, impact financial results, increase nurse engagement and retention, and improve patient care and outcomes. 

Learn about how the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), a large Magnet hospital in Galveston TX, used NCharge to develop its Charge Nurses and Patient Care Facilitators. UTMB saw significant improvements in patient satisfaction and nurse-to-nurse communications.  LEARN MORE