Leading in a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) world: Tools to build your leadership capacity
High quality, modern leadership is key to thriving in our increasing complex health system. Leaders are responsible for integrating service, creating psychologically healthy workplaces, and people-centred reform. We want to share with you three national health leadership toolkits to build capacity (so you’re not reinventing the wheel every time). These are: (1)The Leadership Development Impact toolkit, to measure the success and ROI of organizational leadership development efforts; (2) Empowering Women Leaders toolkit, to enhance leadership diversity in organizations (Status of Women Grant); and (3) a Wise Practices toolkit, to create both evidence informed and experience-based practices of leadership development. To ground these efforts in data, we will share high-level results of our Benchmarking study on the leadership gaps in Canada.
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Chris Power – Co Chair CHLNet and CEO – CPSI
Kathy MacNeil – Co Chair CHLNet and CEO – Island Health
Ivy Bourgeault – Canadian Health Workforce Network/University of Ottawa
Kelly Grimes – Executive Director, CHLNet
Graham Dickson – Senior Research Advisor, CHLNet
Jaason Geerts – Manager, LEADS Canada
Presented by: CHLNet & CCHL