Nurse Managers NZ Rules

2015 Rules  


Nursing Leadership and Management

This page is a resource of information that may be of interest to Nurse Managers New Zealand section members and others involved in nursing leadership and management.

On this page:

Useful links

Care Capacity Demand Management

Management of Early Colorectal Cancer

Managing difficult issues

Foundation of nursing leadership

Conference presentations


Creating A Plan NZNO 2015

Useful Links

Nursing Council of New Zealand

Nurse Executives New Zealand

World Health Organisation


Te Pou

International Council of Nurses

Care Capacity Demand Management

March 2012

'Care Capacity Demand Management' (CCDM) Powerpoint (PDF, 3.8 MB, 89 slides)
- author Jane Lawless SSHWU

August 2012

Safe Staffiing CCDM publication (PDF, 321 KB)

New Evidence-based guideline and summary resources on Management of Early Colorectal Cancer

July 2011

New guidance on the Management of Early Colorectal (Bowel) Cancer from the New Zealand Guidelines Group
including a practitioner summary for surgeons and oncologists, presenter slides for clinical training and a link to
the full guideline.

Managing difficult issues

How to have a ‘Courageous Conversation’ (CC).
Managing difficult issues (PDF)

Foundation of Nursing Leadership

This comprehensive UK based nursing leadership focused website provides:

  • Updated clinical and leadership news

  • Clinical leadership resources

  • Publications, articles and research

  • Free online leadership tools designed to support personal and leadership development

  • Leadership literature reviews

  • Virtual seminars, eg 'Performance managing difficult staff', 'Strategic Thinking', 'Mastering time management'.

Conference Presentations

NMNZ 2012 Conference Presentations

NMNZ past and current surveys are available here

The NZNO Nurse Managers Section wishes to establish a baseline covering data which captures the workloads and experiences of its members.

The results are used to further develop the section and to provide robust evidence supporting change, where necessary.

Read the 2009 NMNZ Survey results (PDF)

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