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29-Mar-2019 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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CHLNet / LEADS Canada  FREE Webinar Series: Session 13

Our Most Impactful Lessons for Leaders in Health Reform

Friday, March 29, 2019, 12pm-1pm ET

Register yourself and your colleagues for this informative and free webinar on lessons for leaders in health reform. Strong leadership is a critical success factor in stimulating innovation and the large-scale change required to improve performance for patients and families. As provinces engage in reform efforts, building health leadership capacity is an essential piece to modernizing our health workforce. Yet as initiatives unfold, leaders and the needed capabilities to facilitate innovation and large-scale change have been given limited profile and attention. Given this, the Canadian Health Leadership Network (CHLNet) has created a national working group to gather provincial leaders to exchange ideas and evidence including doing a better job of leadership development. In follow up to a breakfast session held at the 2018 National Health Leadership Conference (NHLC), three provinces will present their key strategies and lessons learned. Moderated by Kelly Grimes, Executive Director of CHLNet, this webinar will continue this informative and lively discussion.

Guest speakers

Carmelle d'Entremont

Since 2015, Carmelle d'Entremont serves as the Vice-President, People and Organizational Development, Nova Scotia Health Authority. She oversees the organization’s interprofessional practice and learning portfolio, as well as people services functions such as talent and organizational development, recruitment and retention, employee relations, occupational health, safety and wellness, and benefits and compensation. Prior to joining the health authority, Carmelle worked for 25 years in progressive leadership roles within the Government of Nova Scotia in the fields of adult learning, immigration, employment development and workforce planning. She served as the provincial co-lead for Transition and Design Team that merged the nine health authorities to create one organization. Carmelle holds a bachelor degree from the University of King’s College and a master of arts from Dalhousie University.



Sharon Bishop is the newly appointed Director, Organizational Culture at the Saskatchewan Health Authority. Previously, she was the Director of Workforce Planning & Development in the same province. Sharon is a creative visionary who is passionate about organizational development and leadership. What sets her apart is her intellectual curiosity, strategic and systems-thinking, as well as her recognition of the importance of leadership as a critical enabler of health system performance. She is passionate about healthcare and has dedicated more than 20 years to the field. She has practiced as a registered nurse in various capacities in the UK, Australia and Canada. In 2007, she completed a Master of Health Administration and more recently has been pursuing a Fellowship in Health System Improvement from the University of Alberta.
Jude Udedibia

Jude is the Lead for Organization Design and Workforce Planning with Alberta Health Services. Previously he has held the top Human Resources role for two former employers. Jude holds an MBA and a Master’s in Continuing Education (Leadership and Development) MCE degree and is currently completing doctoral level research in leadership learning at Lancaster University Management School in the UK and is currently a part-time faculty at MacEwan University’s School of Business.











 

We look forward to seeing you at this webinar and sharing one way of working toward better
and more effective learning programs.

For more information on this webinar series, please contact Melanie Abdelnour at: mabdelnour@chlnet.ca


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


If you are a CCHL member and you do not have a LEADS Community for Practice login,
you will need to register as a guest
 
Should you have any questions regarding the registration process, please contact
Julie Bruyère, LEADS Canada at 1-800-363-9056 ext. 236, or at jbruyere@leadscanada.net.