How the Canadian College of Health Leaders Has Built Capacity, Community and Collaboration Throughout the Pandemic

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Presented By

Alain Doucet

Canadian College of Health Leaders

Brenda Lammi

Vice President, Professional and Leadership Development
Canadian College of Health Leaders

Jaason Geerts, PhD

Director, Research and Leadership Development
Canadian College of Health Leaders
About the Session

This presentation will provide findings of ongoing research on health leadership through the pandemic’s stages, its impact on the services being provided by the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) to its membership, and priorities for upcoming health leadership challenges and opportunities. CCHL began researching the experience of health leaders during the pandemic almost as soon as it began. The real-time results were immediately translated into resources, webinars and actions to support the identified needs of health leaders.
Priorities for 2021 include growing a sense of community for health leaders, providing resources on leadership strategies for the evolving stages of the crisis to build health leadership capacity, and continuing to build unprecedented collaboration representing diverse partnerships across the continuum of care.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the evidence-based leadership challenges, priorities and opportunities during the stages of the pandemic, as well as expectations for 2021.
  • Understand strategies for building the health leadership community and learning priorities for health leadership development in 2021.