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What is the selection process and what are the selection criteria for the GNLI?

TheGNLIAdvisory Committee will select participants from completed applications received by the deadline.

In order to maximise the international learning environment, the Advisory Committee selects applicants who both meet the essential criteria and contribute to the best overall composition for the GNLI in terms of nationality, professional background and in the context of the 2014 GNLI theme.  The 2014 GNLI will focus on Governance and Management. In the context of global governance and management issues, nurse leaders need to develop knowledge, and competencies that focus on professional and self-regulation.  They also need to learn how to deal with increasingly complex ethical challenges and to develop skills to understand institutional governance and management in the context of non-governmental organisations, the United Nations and other strategic partners. 




Applicant Essential Criteria


Is a registered nurse and/or nurse midwife with the appropriate regulatory authority in their country (if applicable).


Has had previous relevant leadership and/or management education and experience.


Is at an appropriately senior level in their country


Demonstrates capacity for senior level leadership development.


Demonstrates motivation for undertaking senior leadership development and a potential to influence nursing at medium/long term.


Demonstrates a personal vision for the future of nursing and health services in their country.


 Demonstrates competence in speaking and reading English.


Applicants must show clearly in their application form how they meet these criteria


When will I hear if I am successful?

Applicants will be advised of the outcome of the Advisory Committee decisions in April 2014. Successful participants will receive a Participant Pack providing further information and requesting leadership assessment information.


Last Updated on Monday, 10 February 2014 13:57