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LEADS Webinars

CHLNet / LEADS Canada Webinar Series



View these free webinars on Leadership Development in Canada. 

Session 15 - November 13, 2019

Changing Culture One Conversation at a Time

Guest Speakers: Stevie Colvin and Alana Casement

Session 14  - June 24, 2019

Engaged Docs are Happy Docs: No Physician Engagement Without Addressing Physician Burnout

Guest Speaker: Dr. Mamta Gautam

Session 13  - March 29, 2019

Our Most Impactful Lessons for Leaders in Health Reform

Guest Speakers: Carmelle D'Entremont, Sharon Bishop and Jude Udedibia


Session 12 
- September 27, 2018 

Bridging the Generational Gap in Health Leaders

Guest Speakers: Michelle Moonesar and Melicent Lavers-Sailly
Moderator:  Emily Gruenwoldt


Session 10
- March 7, 2018

Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast: Effective Practices and Tools to Change Culture
Guest Speakers:
Ellen Melis, President, Unlimited Potential
Theresa Humphrys, Director of Organizational Development and Learning for the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO)
Charles Leveque, Manager of Learning and Leadership Development at The Ottawa Hospital

Session 9
- October 26, 2017

How to Measure Impact of Health Leadership Development
Guest Speakers:
Dr. Graham Dickson, CHLNet
Suzanne Schell, ROI Institute Canada


Session 8
- June 26, 2017

LEADS Impact: CADTH’s Case Study
Guest Speakers:
Brenda Lammi, LEADS Canada
Brian O’Rourke and Catherine Dussault, CADTH


Session 7
- April 19, 2017

From Theory to Practice, Creating Learning that Sticks
Guest Speakers: Stevie Colvin and James McAndrew


Session 6
- October 19, 2016

Change Leadership – because management isn’t enough
Guest Speakers: Dale Schierbeck, Dr. Graham Dickson and Daniel Merritt


Session 5
- June 27, 2016

Coaching and Health System Leaders

Guest Speakers: Erin Leith & Erna Hagge

This webinar highlight two models of coaching being used across Canada. The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement ’s Improvement Coaching Model and the Tri-namics™ system.

  Tri-namics: Leadership Wisdom for the Health System book can be purchased through the LEADS Canada bookstore.


Session 4 - March 2, 2016
Performance Management and the Use of LEAD

This webinar was based on a discussion paper commissioned by the LEADS Business Unit on LEADS and performance systems (by S. Fenwick & E. Hagge) and showcased some of the key current concepts in high performance planning.


Session 3
- September 21, 2015

Succession Management and the Use of LEADS

The Succession Management and the Use of LEADS webinar on September 21, 2015 was hosted by CHLNet and the LEADS Collaborative. Sandra Ramelli from Hamilton Health Sciences shared a few tools used in their succession pipeline including templates for succession management assessment and talent review.

Session 2
- June 22, 2015

The Symbiotic Relationship between Lean and LEADS

This interactive session begins with a quick overview of Lean and its use in Saskatchewan. It will then move into a discussion of the degree of fit between the leadership practices of Lean and LEADS. Evidence is showing that LEADS can be used quite effectively to implement and support Lean implementation and health system reform. Join Dr. Graham Dickson, Bonnie Blakley and Betty Mutwiri in this engaging dialogue.

Session 1
- January 22, 2015

LEADS-based Leadership Development: Evolving Needs and Practices

This first session begins with a quick overview of the LEADS Collaborative strategic planning process and its new directions to set the context of healthcare leadership development in Canada.  It will then move into a review of the leadership gap, challenges and evolving practices around leadership development focusing on how leaders in Canada must move from traditional leadership development practices to transformational ones. Approaches to developing an integrated leadership strategy that is tied to organizational outcomes will be discussed.  Join like-minded CHLNet partners in hearing how to be strategic in your talent management and engagement strategies.


Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 1 Category I credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement