Please join the LEADS Collaborative* team in one of the most colourful Oceanside destinations in the world, St. John’s, Newfoundland for a full day of sharing leadership journeys as well as the exchange of LEADS-based initiatives and tools. Join health leaders from across Canada who use or are interested in using the LEADS framework for leadership capacity development in their organization.
The LEADS Community for Practice Exchange Day will take place on June 6 following the National Health Leadership Conference June 4 – 5, 2018.
The focus this year will be on integrating LEADS into systems change at the organizational, regional and provincial level. We will take a look at integrating LEADS from each of these perspectives. In addition, special attention this year will ALSO be on the leadership aspect of integrating the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace and creating a mentally healthy workplace using a LEADS lens. The event is in partnership with the By Health, for Health Collaborative, a collaboration between HealthCareCAN (HCC) and the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC).
Registration fee: $160 (Registration includes breakfast and lunch)
Stay tuned for the list of speakers who will share tools and practices of integrating LEADS at the provincial and local levels, as well as across settings and professions.
The LEADS Exchange Day is offering a number of sponsorship opportunities. Each sponsorship level provides a significant list of benefits and opportunities. Flexibility is available at each level and we would be pleased to tailor a benefit package for you. Download our Sponsorship prospectus and application form here!
Should you have any questions, please contact Lynne Marleau, LEADS Communications Coordinator at 1-800-363-9056 ext. 210, or at email@example.com.
* The LEADS Collaborative is a joint effort of the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL), the Canadian Health Leadership Network (CHLNet), Royal Roads University and Dr. Graham Dickson.
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