CHLNet and LEADS recently hosted their fifth Collaborative Webinar, which highlights two models of coaching being used across Canada. The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement’s Improvement Coaching Model engages experienced health system leaders as coaches for teams leading improvement, and emphasizes peer-to-peer, adult learning designed to support teams to successfully lead quality improvement work in their organization. The second model is on the Tri-namics™ system that offers effective coaching applications towards the need organizations have to build a self-sustaining leadership community of practice. All applications promote just in time learning, a LEADS culture,and an organization of employees who tap into their collective intelligence and wisdom through creating value from building relationships in different ways.
If you weren’t able to make the webinar, you can access the recording here, as well as previous webinars they’ve hosted. They’re well worth checking out!
Erin Leith is a director at the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI) and is responsible for their EXTRA: Executive Leadership Training Program – a pan-Canadian, bilingual, team improvement program that buildsleadership and organizational capacity to tackle persistent and complex healthcare challenges.
Erna Hagge is the founder and president of Hagge Global Institute “Go from where you are to where you want to be” andpartner in Deberna International “Growing Wisdom to Thrive”. Erna was the founderand Lead of Coaching Services at UBCand has won two ICF awards for her leading work in creating coaching cultures.