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Campfire Chat Webinar with Tammy Quigley, CHE

A Leadership Organization Coming to Fruition


Imagine an organizational situation where leadership is so deeply embedded in the organizational culture that every role, from the greeter and receptionist to the CEO, were considered a leadership position. Think of the potential benefits of unleashing all people’s passion, energy, and creativity and creating the conditions for them to flourish.

This is a snapshot of our newest thought leadership concept: that of a Leadership Organization (ALO). First presented at the ACHE Congress in Chicago in February (2023) and more recently, at the exclusive webinar for CCHL Strategic Alliance partners, we are continuing to develop the model and its implications for leaders, staff, and organizations.

May 31, 2023 @ 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM EDT / HAE

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Location: Canada

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To explore real-life examples of what an ALO looks like in practice and how to deepen leadership integration organization-wide, CCHL’s Director of Research, Dr. Jaason Geerts, is thrilled to welcome Tammy Quigley, CHE, System Innovation and Business Development Executive at London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC), for a fireside chat entitled, “A Leadership Organization Coming to Fruition”. Ms. Quigley will share key leadership lessons learned from her experience at two different healthcare centres, as well as future plans and potential.

Tammy Quigley, BSc, MBA, MCM, CHE (she/her)
System Innovation and Business Development Executive, London Health Sciences Centre

Tammy is currently an executive at London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) in London, Ontario, one of Ontario’s largest hospitals. She has accountability for a broad portfolio including research, academics, quality, patient safety, risk, and communications, leading some of our sector’s best and brightest professionals.

Her previous experience includes various leadership roles in acute care, home care, provincial health systems, and healthcare supply chain. Tammy is a Certified Health Executive (CHE), with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science from the University of Guelph, and an MBA in Health Services Management and a Master of Communications Management, both from McMaster University. In her spare time, Tammy spends time with her family and on the water in her kayak.


CCHL Members: Free
Non-Members: $45.00

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