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For more information on the Advanced Leadership Program:

Jaason Geerts, PhD
Director, Research and Leadership Development
jgeerts@leadscanada.net
613-235-7218 or
1-800-363-9056 ext. 233


 


The coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate the international news media and it is clear that health organizations are at one of three stages of a crisis (as defined by LEADS Canada). Some are paused anxiously at Stage 1: The preparatory stage , others are in the throes of the storm and are battling in Stage 2: Full-on crisis mode , while some groups are experiencing Stage 3: Fortunately avoided or emerged from the crisis which is characterized by a less-intense but disturbing limbo-like state, aware that the pandemic is not over and may return without much warning. 

The purpose of the
Advanced Leadership Program - Campfire Chat Webinar Series is to help you and your organization to navigate through these 3 stages of a crisis. Jaason Geerts, PhD, Manager, Leadership and Partnership Development at CCHL and LEADS Canada, will host weekly webinars and invite leading experts in their fields to take a deep dive into cutting edge topics related to the capabilities within the LEADS in a Caring Environment Framework with a focus on leadership during and after a crisis.


PAST WEBINARS:


April 29, 2020
Resilience during a Crisis – Wisdom from Olympic Champions
Laurie Poole
With Dr. Peter Jensen
Dr. Jensen is a sports psychologist and the author of many books, including The Inside Edge, following his career as a member of Team Canada for nine consecutive Olympics. Dr. Jensen’s experience coaching elite athletes, including four consecutive medal winning Women’s Olympic Hockey teams, positions him well to provide expertise into the key components of resilience during a crisis, framed within the domains of the LEADS framework.


RECORDING AVAILABLE HERE! (Free)

May 6, 2020
Leadership in Long-term Care When It Is Most Needed
Laurie Poole With Karen Baillie, FCCHL
Karen has more than 35 years’ experience in geriatric care and is the Chief Executive Officer of Menno Place, a campus of care for more than 700 seniors and 600 staff in Abbotsford, BC. Her extensive career positions her well to provide insight into key components of effective leadership in long-term care, framed within the domains of the LEADS framework. She will also share her thoughts on opportunities for hope and improvement in long-term care when the crisis is over.


RECORDING AVAILABLE HERE!

May 20, 2020
Empathetic Leadership – Caring for the Mental Health of Our Teams and Ourselves
Laurie Poole With Dr. Peter Selby
Dr. Selby’s exemplary career as Chief of Medicine at CAMH, professor and author, positions him well to illuminate the key components of effective leadership in relation to mental health, framed within the domains of the LEADS framework. He also shares his thoughts on opportunities for hope and improvement with respect to mental health when the crisis is over. He will also share his thoughts on opportunities for hope and improvement with respect to mental health when the crisis is over.


RECORDING AVAILABLE HERE!

June 9 , 2020
Using LEADS to Navigate a Health Crisis: Perspectives from a Senior Canadian Military Health Leader
Laurie Poole
With Colonel S. Malcolm, CD, MD
Colonel Scott Malcolm has led various pandemic-related operations including being the lead CAF medical planner for CAF support to long-term care facilities in Quebec and Ontario. Join Colonel Malcolm MD in a dialogue with Brenda Lammi and Jaason Geerts, PhD on how he has used the LEADS Framework to guide his leadership style while navigating the complexity presented by the pandemic.

RECORDING AVAILABLE HERE!

July 29, 2020
Leading Diversity and Change
Laurie Poole
With Marni Panas
Marni Panas is the Program Manager, Diversity and Inclusion with Alberta Health Services and recipient of the 2019 CCHL Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award. Join Marni in a dialogue with Brenda Lammi and Dr. Jaason Geerts, as she illuminates the key components of effective leadership in relation to diversity, framed within the LEADS Framework. She will also share her thoughts on opportunities for hope and improvement with respect to diversity. 

RECORDING AVAILABLE HERE!

August 18, 2020
A Talk for the Heart
Laurie Poole With Elder Little Brown Bear 
Ernest W Matton (Elder Little Brown Bear), CCHL Human Spirit Award recipient, highly respected Métis Elder, and spiritual ambassador, shared, through traditional teachings with mainstream information, holistic healing approaches for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community members and professional disciplines. 

RECORDING AVAILABLE HERE!


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MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION 
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 1.0 Category I credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.