The lost years or a spectacular 2021: Health leadership in 2021
Read Jaason Geerts' article, "The lost years or a spectacular 2021: Health leadership in 2021", published in the January edition of Hospital News.
2020 Holiday Office Closure
Office Closure: December 24, 2020 to January 1, 2021 (inclusively)
“Flying Blind” : Canada’s Supply Chain Infrastructure and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Published in Longwoods. Authors Anne W Snowdon, BScN, MSc, PhD and Pierre-Gerlier Forest, PhD, FCAHS.
CCHL CEO Reflections: 2020 in Review
CCHL CEO Alain Doucet reflects on this past year's challenges and achievements.
York University’s Schulich Executive Education Centre Awarded LEADS Certification for Schulich Mini-MBA Program for Physicians and Agrees to New Three-Year Strategic Alliance with CCHL
New partnership agreement serves as an avenue to promote excellence in the health leadership field
CCHL Announces Series of Community and Celebration Events for June 2021
CCHL announces the status of our June 2021 events.
Ensuring Effective Healthcare Facilities Management Leaders
Ever wonder why medical gases always flow toward electrical outlets? Why generators function when supposed to? Or why equipment is repaired quickly if there is a breakdown and backup plans are put in place?
New Article Published in BMJ Leader: Evidence-based medical leadership development
Dr. Jaason Geerts, Director, Research and Leadership Development at the College, along with colleagues from the University of Oxford, the NHS, and the University of Oslo have published a systematic review of Evidence-based medical leadership development in BMJ Leader.
Coalition of 40 national health organizations release consensus statement on ongoing COVID-19 impacts on the front lines
The Organizations for Health Action (HEAL) released ‘Beyond COVID-19: HEAL’s recommendations for a healthier nation’, a document outlining issues HEAL’s membership has seen on the front lines during the pandemic.
Kemptville District Hospital and CCHL Establish New Three-Year Strategic Alliance
Kemptville District Hospital (KDH) has established a new strategic alliance with the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) to increase the leadership capabilities of health care managers in Canada.
New LEADS Book Featured at CCHL Webinar
On November 6, the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) hosted a webinar featuring the new “Bringing Leadership to Life in Health: LEADS in a Caring Environment (2nd edition)—Putting LEADS to Work” book with editors Graham Dickson, PhD (Royal Roads University) and Bill Tholl O.C., M.A. (CHLNet). Health leaders from across Canada joined us to learn more about the new edition and ask the editors and authors some questions.
Eastern Health’s Learning LEADerS Program and CCHL Agree to Three-Year Strategic Alliance
New partnership agreement serves as an avenue to promote excellence in the health leadership field.
COVID-19 Update / Mise à jour
COVID-19 Update for CCHL & LEADS Canada / Mise à jour sur le COVID-19 pour le CCLS et LEADS Canada
Announcement! / Annonce!
Announcement regarding COVID-19 and our June events / Annonce concernant le COVID-19 et nos événements en juin
Thank you LeaderShift Project
As the LEADS workshops & webinar come to an end, we look back at the inspirational collaboration by the organizations making up Community Health Ontario. Our LEADS Canada team & facilitators want to say thank you & the best of luck to all LeaderShift grads on their continued leadership journey.
Video: CCHL Celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2020
In a special video, Canadian College of Health Leaders Chair Feisal Keshavjee, CHE and Vice-Chair Marianne Walker, CHE join CEO Alain Doucet to discuss the College’s 50-year anniversary. During their interactive discussion, they reflect on CCHL’s past and present, while looking ahead to the future.
The NEW Advanced Leadership Program
The Summit Series: An Advanced Leadership Program is a multi-faceted program is centred on a year-long series of modules related to one of the capabilities in the LEADS framework. Each month, participants will have an opportunity to expand their leadership knowledge and consider how theory and evidence relate to the context of modern-day health services and health leadership, with an emphasis on how they can apply their learning to their work.
Proud of our past, Confident in our present, Excited for the future
The Canadian College of Health Leaders celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2020.
Article: Evidence-based leadership development for physicians: A systematic literature review
In this publication, Dr Jaason Geerts describes his outcomes-based model of leadership development. Although the title of the article refers to physicians, the key findings and implications for practice apply equally to all those working in healthcare.
New CHE and LEADS Inspired Leadership Program Bundle
Interested in registering for both the CHE Select and LEADS Inspired Leadership program at the same time? A special “bundle” rate is now available.
The CCHL & LEADS Canada National Office has moved!
We have move! The Canadian College of Health Leaders and LEADS Canada office is now located at 150, Isabella Street, Suite 1102, Ottawa ON K1S 1V7.
LEADS Inspired Leadership Program – Special Pre-Enrolment Available
LEADS Inspired Leadership brings online the renowned LEADS Learning Series that has been transforming health leadership for more than a decade. Developed as an innovative partnership between LEADS Canada (Canadian College of Health Leaders) and CHA Learning (a division of HealthCareCAN), this program includes dynamic and interactive courses that explore each of the LEADS domains and their capabilities.
CCHL CEO Reflections: NHLC 2019
As I think back on our national health leaders conference held in Toronto earlier in June, I am reminded of how impressed I was with the engagement and energy of our 750 delegates.
CCHL Unveils Revised Version of Certified Health Executive Credentialing Program: CHE Select
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) is unveiling a revised version of its Certified Health Executive (CHE) Program – the only Canadian professional designation available to health leaders – in order to adapt and reflect the constant changes and leadership needs within the Canadian health system. The revised program, CHE Select, launched on June 1, 2019.
New LEADS Canada Team Member - Jaason Geerts, PhD
The Canadian College of Health Leaders is pleased to announce that Jaason Geerts, PhD will be beginning his role as Manager, Leadership and Partnership Development with LEADS Canada on March 1st, 2019. In this new role, Jaason will be reaching out to existing and new client organizations to explore and ensure that their leadership development needs are met.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders announces appointments to its leadership team
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College), a national, member-driven association dedicated to leadership development, announced appointments to its leadership team today.
CCHL Announces new President and Chief Executive Officer, Alain Doucet
The Board of Directors of the Canadian College of Health Leaders is very pleased to announce the appointment of our new President and Chief Executive Officer, Alain Doucet.
LEADS Canada and the CHO LeaderShift Project
LEADS Canada is proud to be collaborating with Community Health Ontario (CHO) in its launch of the LeaderShift leadership development project. The LeaderShift project is the vision of CHO. This alliance of four provincial associations believes that leaders in community and primary health care are well-positioned to make a critical contribution to an improved and more integrated health system. LeaderShift is an ambitious, new cross-sector initiative that gives current and emerging leaders in community and primary health care the opportunity to develop their abilities, ignite collaboration, and participate in shaping the future of our health care system.
Canadian College of Health Leaders Announces Recipients of the 2017 National Awards Program Winners
The Canadian College of Health Leaders announced today the winners of the 2017 National Awards Program.
LEADS 360 Assessment 10th Anniversary Offer
LEADS Canada would like to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the LEADS in a Caring Environment leadership capabilities framework with you. In recognition of the contribution you and your organization make to the leadership capacity building in Canadian healthcare, LEADS CANADA is offering a 25% limited time rebate on all LEADS 360 Assessment projects.
Canadian College of Health Leaders launches ‘LEADS Canada’
The Canadian College of Health Leaders is proud to launch LEADS Canada, previously known as the LEADS Business Unit. LEADS Canada provides LEADS-based leadership development services and partners with organizations, authorities and regions to facilitate not only the adoption of the framework, but a cultural shift required to fully imbed LEADS throughout an organization.
Federal Health Minister will kick off the National Health Leadership Conference
The Honourable Jane Philpott, Federal Minister of Health, has confirmed her attendance of the National Health Leadership Conference (NHLC) on June 6th in Ottawa. Minister Philpott will deliver opening remarks at the beginning of the two-day conference.
White Paper - Effective Performance Systems: A Review of Selected Literature
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL), through its’ LEADS Business Unit, and as a partner in the LEADS Collaborative, is pleased to release the paper “Effective Performance Systems: A Review of Selected Literature” authored by Shauna Fenwick and Erna Hagge.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders and HealthCareCAN support Health Action Lobby's call to action on healthcare – The Canadian Way
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) and HealthCareCAN join other members of Canada’s Health Action Lobby (HEAL) to remind federal leaders that Canadians want government to make the challenges facing our healthcare system a priority.
Partnership announcement: Bruyère Continuing Care
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with Bruyère Continuing Care (Bruyère) to increase the level of leadership in the provision of care to seniors within its multi-site facility.