The CCHL Certified Health Executive (CHE) Program is pleased to present an exclusive interactive session led by the CCHL’s Dr. Jaason Geerts, Director of Research and Leadership Development, which explores key features that distinguish leading organizations from others. This event will draw together from CCHL’s ongoing research and thought leadership, focusing on the concept of A Leadership Organization (ALO), which refers to effective leadership integration organization-wide.
This webinar is the fifth in a series of biannual engagements exclusive to members, staff, and students of CCHL’s Strategic Alliance partners.
Dr. Jaason Geerts, BA, BEd, MTS, MPhil, PhD (Cambridge) – Director, Research and Leadership Development, Canadian College of Health Leaders | Honorary Visiting Fellow, The Bayes Business School, University of London (UK)
Dr. Jaason Geerts is the Director of Research and Leadership Development at the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) and a former Honorary Visiting Fellow at The Bayes Business School, University of London in the UK.
Jaason completed his PhD at the University of Cambridge on leadership for professionals after two Master’s and a teaching degree at Cambridge and the University of Toronto respectively.
In addition to a recent TEDx Talk and having contributed to a recently published business book, Credible: the power of expert leaders, his work has been featured in international peer-reviewed journals, the Globe and Mail, CBC national news, CTV news, and local radio, as well as globally through the International Hospital Federation and British Medical Journal journals.
The model of leadership in a crisis that Jaason created is the theoretical foundation for a recent successful CIHR research grant valued at $450,000 and he participated as an invited advisor for a World Health Organization symposium on health system recovery.
Jaason is also a program director and instructor at the Telfer School of Management (University of Ottawa) and the Schulich School of Business (York University, Toronto).
Jaason is also a qualified teacher and was nominated for the Toronto Star’s Teacher of the Year.
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