The landscapes of work and leadership have changed and have primed us for systems-wide improvements. This requires a new leadership approach or paradigm as we navigate staff expectations of increased autonomy and flexibility in terms of where, when, and how they work.
In the midst of the most severe health human resources (HHR) crisis of our generation and following a nation-wide survey of healthcare CEOs on staff engagement and retention, CCHL created a novel people and leadership strategy, called The Great Optimization. Essentially, it involves engaging people and experimenting with various customized approaches to work to optimize each person’s contribution and thereby, maximizing outcomes. Getting this right has the potential to improve results from the individual to the system levels.
Please join us for an engaging commencement address by Dionne Sinclair, Vice President, Clinical Operations and Chief Nursing Executive at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) who will speak about helping organizations achieve their goals towards integrated and equitable care and supports for people with mental illness, improving access to excellent patient-centred care, and the importance of EDI.
Dionne Sinclair, MScN, MCHM, RN, CHE
Vice President, Clinical Operations and Chief Nursing Executive
Centre for Addition and Mental Health (CAMH)
As the Vice President, Clinical Operations and Chief Nursing Executive at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Dionne plays an integral part in helping the organization achieve its goals towards integrated and equitable care and supports for people with mental illness. She leads the program that supports those with the most complex illnesses and is dedicated to improving access to excellent patient-centered care so that people may live their best lives.
Dionne has held many leadership roles in her 35 years of clinical experience, including: Clinical Director, Medicine Program at Southlake Regional Hospital, Director of Home and Community Care Planning and Strategy at the North West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), Clinical Director Complex Continuing Care, Saint Vincent Hospital; Bruyere Continuing Care and Clinical Manager, Mental Health and Addictions at Humber River Hospital. Dionne is a mother of 3 beautiful girls, an entrepreneur, a motivational speaker, and an award-winning fitness professional. Dionne brings high energy, a strong work ethic and a positive attitude to all that she does.
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