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30-Jan-2020 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM - Lead Self Session
31-Jan-2020 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM - Engage Others Session
13-Feb-2020 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM - Achieve Results Session
24-Feb-2020 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM - Develop Coalitions Session
25-Feb-2020 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM - Systems Transformation Session
Scarborough Health Network - Centenary Hospital
2867 Ellesmere Road
Scarborough, Ontario M1E 4B9

Be part of the future of health leader ship in Canada!


LEADS is an evidence-based leadership capabilities framework representing an innovative and integrated investment in the future of health leadership in Canada. These publicly offered workshops of the LEADS Learning Series, facilitated by Ellen Melis, a certified LEADS facilitator, is being offered in collaboration with Scarborough Health Network, the Canadian College of Health Leaders and LEADS Canada.

Are you thinking about earning your CHE or want to enhance your leadership skills?
Completion of a LEADS Learning Series provides the groundwork of leader skill learning. It also provides the opportunity for increased awareness of LEADS throughout organizations and community partners, contributing to the shifting of leadership conversations culture throughout the health system.


Upon completion of the workshop, participants will:

Have clarity regarding their own leadership style and areas of growth and opportunity;
Enhance their capacity to tackle the complex challenges facing their organization;
Determine practical applications of leadership knowledge and skills in effective decision-making processes;
Determine ways to create, manage organizational changes; and more.
COST: $2,450 plus HST

Registration fee includes:

  • Registration for all five (5) LEADS Learning Series Workshops;

  • Certificate of completion (The LEADS Learning Series is a prerequisite for completing your Certified Health Executive Certification (CHE) Select, LEADS Internal Facilitator or LEADS Coach certification);

  • A copy of the LEADS booklet (textbook);

  • A copy of Bringing Leadership to Life in Health: LEADS in a Caring Environment, book by Graham Dickson & Bill Tholl;

  • Individual domain workbooks; and

  • Full day workshops with nutrition breaks and lunch.
Are you a CCHL Certified Health Executive (CHE) Select candidate?
Qualify for a $175 discount when you register with your candidate ID number.

You will be required to enter your CHE Candidate ID number (as a coupon code) in order to register at the discounted price. Please enter your ID in the coupon code box at the bottom of the first page of the registration application. If you do not know your ID number, you can login to your CCHL member portal or contact us for assistance.

Note: If you do not already have a LEADS login ID, you will need to select
"Create Account and Register" as your CCHL login will not work.

Join the College today for only $160 for the first year, and receive a $175 discount on the LEADS Lite Webinar Series registration fee. CCHL membership details available here.


  January 30
 January 31
February 13
 February 24
February 25


Centenary Hospital
Dr. Bruce Johnston Conference Room
2867 Ellesmere Road
Scarborough, ON  M1E 4B9

8:15 am - Registration and Networking
8:30 am - 4:00 pm Session Time

Organizational LEADS Facilitator Certification Program

Are you looking to embed key LEADS concepts into your organization’s internal leadership development programs?

The Organizational LEADS Facilitator certification (OLF) program (formerly LEADS Internal Facilitator program), equips candidates within community healthcare agencies, hospitals, health authorities, and regions across Canada with the skills and knowledge to deliver LEADS workshops internally, using the LEADS framework as the foundation.

Next program dates: March 9-11, 2020
Hosted by Scarborough Health Network

Apply Today!

These workshops will be available in English only!

Limited space available!

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For more information on this event, please contact Julie Bruyère at or at 613-235-7218, ext. 236

For more information on becoming a CCHL member or the CHE Program, visit