27-Nov-2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

NEON Lights Chapter presents
LEADS and Mentorship Webinar

November 27, 2015
  12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Featured Speakers:

Ron Noble, FCCHL, Vice-President, Capital Planning, Redevelopment and Corporate Services

Ron Noble is a healthcare leader characterized by his exemplary commitment to mentorship and professional development. Ron has consistently provided generous amounts of his time to not only new and existing mentees but also to system endeavours that support mentorship. Mentorship is an integral component of Ron’s leadership practice.

Ron has guided both young and senior level professionals in the art of management, stakeholder engagement, finance in a healthcare setting, and navigation through the public policy and ministry processes. He has also provided mentorship on the importance of strategy/strategic planning and career planning. The importance of “pausing” before critical decisions is part of his mentoring.

He has mentored students and colleagues at all levels. He has supported the placement of Master’s level students from McMaster, University of Toronto (where he is an adjunct faculty member), and University of Ottawa. He has mentored students going through the CHSRF/CCHL EXTRA program and the Royal Roads Masters of Leadership program.

He has also been a champion for the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) as a mentor for new Canadian immigrants seeking professional careers. He has set a strong example through his work with the CCHL as chapter and provincial Chairs, provincial Director, Board Chair and most recently as Task Force Chair of the College Fellowship Review. Ron was also active in the integration of the LEADS program into the CCHL curriculum ensuring system support for mentorship and leadership development. Ron Noble, recipient of the College's 2015 Mentorship Award, is a healthcare leader characterized by his exemplary commitment to mentorship and professional development. He is a role model and leader on mentorship.

Sean Molloy, Director of Quality, Safety and Integrated Risk at St. Joseph's Health Centre

Sean Molloy is the Director of Quality, Safety and Integrated Risk at St. Joseph's Health Centre in Toronto. Previous to his role at St. Joseph's, Sean was the Clinical Program Manager for Symptom Management at Cancer Care Ontario where he worked collaboratively with regional cancer programs across the province.

Sean has extensive experience in quality improvement and patient safety through his roles as Director of Operations and Director of Knowledge Management at the Quality Healthcare Network (QHN) and the Ontario Node of Safer Healthcare Now! Sean also has experience in a variety of roles at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Mount Sinai Hospital and St. John's Rehab Hospital in Toronto.

Sean holds a Master of Health Science from the University of Toronto’s IHPME and is the Past Chair of the Greater Toronto Area Chapter of the Canadian College of Health Leaders. (CCHL) Sean is also a Certified Health Executive (CHE) with the College.

Sean is currently enrolled in the Master of Design (Strategic Foresight and Innovation) program at OCAD University in Toronto with a research interest of using principles of design to drive innovation in health care delivery and the patient experience.

Cindy MacBride
, Manager, Awards & Sponorships, Canadian College of Health Leaders

Cindy MacBride is Manager, Awards & Sponsorships at the College. Cindy began her career at the Conference Board of Canada, assisting with research on employability skills development and adult learning.

Cindy is the staff lead on the College's National Mentorship Program and a member of the Mentorship Committee, which developed and launched the program and is now responsible for its oversight. In addition, Cindy developed the annual Coaches Corner session at the National Health Leadership Conference, one of the most popular offerings at the event.

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*Webinar details will be provided following registration.

Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 1 Category I  credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.