3-Nov-2014 7:45 AM - 8:45 AM
1800 Argyle Street
Halifax World Trade and Convention Centre
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2V9

Bluenose Chapter Event
Alignment: A Healthcare Leadership Challenge

 November 3, 2014 
745 - 845 Atlantic

Halifax World Trade and Convention Centre
1800 Argyle Street
Halifax, NS B3J 2V9

In collaboration with the Health Achieve East conference, the Bluenose Chapter of the Canadian College of Health Leaders is pleased to announce that Canadian Patient Safety Institute CEO Hugh MacLeod will be present to lead us in a breakfast leadership education session November 3rd at 0745 at the World Trade and Convention Centre in Halifax, NS. The chapter Executive has been intrigued by his work in the Ghost Busting in Healthcare Essay Series, particularly in the area of alignment. In the time of transition, we appreciate the need to remain aware of what needs to be led, what to pay attention to and what the system is out to accomplish and fulfill.

Featured Speaker: Hugh MacLeod, CEO, Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI)

At the end of the session participants will be able to:

  • Discuss how leading self and engaging with others can create system alignment for better performance
  • Identify opportunities for improving system alignment for better health outcomes
 Agenda 0730 
Presentation begins
(taxes included)
Bluenose CCHL Members
Non Members

This event is open to attendees of HealthAchieveEast as part of your registration.

If you are a CCHL member or a non member and would like to attend the Breakfast Session Only you need to register. Free to College Members!

Hugh MacLeod, 
CEO, Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI)

Hugh has a work record that demonstrates commitment to systems productivity improvement and a passion for leadership development. His interests lie in the areas of system/integrative thinking, sustainability, and organizational cultures that create high performance.

Prior to joining CPSI in 2010, Hugh held senior positions with the Government of Ontario as associate deputy minister of the climate change secretariat and assistant deputy minister of system accountability and performance for the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. During his four years with the ministry, he was also the executive lead of the Premier’s Health Results Team, responsible for a provincial surgical wait time strategy, a provincial primary care strategy, and the creation of local health integration networks.

Hugh has also held a number of senior executive positions in British Columbia, including senior vice-president of Vancouver Coastal Health and senior vice-president of the Health Employers Association of British Columbia.

In addition to his recent appointment as adjunct professor at Griffith University Business School in Brisbane Australia, Hugh’s professional activities include serving as senior fellow at the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management; adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia, Faculty of Medicine; and associate faculty at Royal Roads University, Victoria, Faculty of Social and Applied Science.

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Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 1.00 Category I  credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.