CHLNet/LEADS Collaborative Webinar Series: Session 7
19-Apr-2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

                               
 

 
CHLNet/LEADS Collaborative * Webinar Series: Session 7

From Theory to Practice, Creating Learning that Sticks
April 19, 12:00 to 1:00PM EDT

Register yourself and your colleagues for our webinar on Leadership Development in Canada. This free, interactive session is available to all CHLNet Network Partners and LEADS Collaborative clients.

We all know that people learn in a variety of ways, and that learning that happens close to the work we do is most effective. There are all sorts of models of learning for adults in the workplace and a ton of research that indicates how to build effective learning programs. Most research speaks to idealized approaches and leaves the Leadership Development professional to figure out how to make that work in the context of their organization. This webinar will provide some practical ideas and tools about how to design effective learning programs and experiences that are most likely to provide effective learning systems that measurably change behaviour and culture.

This webinar will use the 70:20:10 model of learning as a platform to discuss how to create a learning framework for  leadership development and describe how our organization threaded and embedded LEADS through the development of learning programs. Webinar hosts Stevie Colvin and James McAndrew will share their organization’s story, the framework they’ve designed and offer some insight into lessons learned along the way. 

Guest Speakers:

   Stevie Colvin is a Manager in Organizational Effectiveness and Development at Alberta Health Services where she leads a team dedicated to increasing organization effectiveness through planned change in processes and systems.
 
James McAndrew
is a Manager in the Employee & Leadership Development department at Alberta Health Services where he leads teams focused on building employee and leadership capability through targeted learning and development offerings.

We look forward to seeing you at this webinar and sharing one way of working toward better
and more effective learning programs..

Contact Lynda Becker to register for this webinar at:
lbecker@chlnet.ca


CCHL Logo     MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION 
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 1 Category I credit toward their maintenance of certification requirement.

 

* The LEADS Collaborative is a joint effort of the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL),
the Canadian Health Leadership Network (CHLNet), Royal Roads University and Dr. Graham Dickson.

     

 

 

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