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NETWORKING 150’

In the spirit of Canada 150, join EHL Ottawa 
for 150 minutes of health leadership networking!  

We all know the importance of networking in our professional and personal lives, but how should we go about it? Where do we start? Where do we find the contacts? What do we do if we are shy or introverted? How do we make the first step?

EHL Ottawa’s upcoming networking event will help answer all your questions, as well as give you the opportunity to practice your networking skills with health care leaders from diverse areas of the healthcare system.

Join us on Thursday, August 24th as we learn to boost our professional networking skills in a relaxed and informal environment.

Participants will have the chance to network with each of our guest speakers for 90 minutes, through a group rotation every 20 minutes.


When:  August 24, 2017
from 6-8:30 pm

Where:  Language Access Resource Centre
Conference room
240 Catherine St. – Ottawa

Agenda:
6-6:30: basics of networking
6:30-8:00: structured networking
8:00-8:30: open networking time

Light refreshments will be provided, courtesy of Massine’s Independent Grocer.

REGISTRATION here

ehlottawa@emerginghealthleaders.ca
emerginghealthleaders.ca/ottawa/



RÉSEAUTAGE 150’

Dans l’esprit du 150ème du Canada, rejoignez EHL Ottawa
pour 150 minutes de réseautage et de leadership en santé.

Aujourd’hui, la nécessité de réseauter dans nos vies professionnelles et sociales n’est plus à démontrer mais comment s’y prendre ? O`u trouver les contacts ? Par o`u commencer ? Que faire lorsqu’on est timide ou introverti ? Comment faire le premier pas ?

EHL Ottawa organise une séance de réseautage qui répondra à toutes vos questions dans la première demie-heure et vous donnera la chance de pratiquer cet art directement grâce à un panel de professionnels de la santé, d’horizons différents qui se prêtent au jeu.

Rendez-vous jeudi 24 août pour apprendre à améliorer vos compétences professionnelles de réseautage dans un environnement convivial et détendu, ouvert à tous.

Les participants auront la chance de RÉSEAUTER avec chacun de nos invités puique pendant 1 heure 30, ils seront répartis en 4 groupes et changeront d’invité toutes les 20 minutes.

Rendez-vous :
Le 24 août 2017 de 18 h à 20 h 30
dans la salle de conférence
du Centre de ressources et d’accès linguistique
au 240 rue Catherine – Ottawa

Horaire:
18 h-18 h 30 : les bases du réseautage
18 h 30-20 h : réseautage encadré
20 h-20h30 : réseautage ouvert

Des rafraîchissements légers seront fournis, grâce à Massine’s Independent Grocer.

INSCRIPTIONS : cliquez ici
ehlottawa@emerginghealthleaders.ca
emerginghealthleaders.ca/ottawa/

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Meet our special guests! 

Philippe Marleau

Vice-president, Quality, organizational performance and patient support services

Since January 2010, Philippe Marleau has been a member of Hôpital Montfort’s senior management team, where he serves as vice-president of quality, organizational performance and patient support services. He also directs information and privacy management at Montfort.

Depuis janvier 2010, M. Philippe Marleau fait partie de l’équipe de haute gestion de l’Hôpital Montfort, où il occupe le poste de la vice-présidence qualité, performance organisationnelle et services d’appui aux patients. Il est également le dirigeant principal de gestion de l’information et de la vie privée à Montfort.

Siffan Rahman

Program Manager at Somerset West Community Health Centre

Siffan Rahman oversees the activities of the Ottawa Newcomer Health Centre which serves and advocates for immigrants and refugees in different capacities. She sits on the Ottawa Local Immigration Partnership’s Health and Wellbeing Sector Table and co-chairs a working group striving to increase access to mental health services for immigrants and refugees. Siffan is a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Community Health Centres and co-chairs its Newcomer Health working group. She also sits on the advisory committee of Connecting Ottawa. Siffan has a B.Sc. in Psychology and is currently enrolled in the Masters of Health Administration program at University of Ottawa.

Greg Fougere, MHA, CHE

Greg has 35 years of experience, from hospital orderly to Health Centre CEO. He is a University of Ottawa Master in Health Administration (MHA) graduate and a Certified Health Executive (CHE) with the Canadian College of Health Leaders. Greg was CEO of the Perley and Rideau Veterans’ Health Centre for 17 years, until stepping down in 2013 for a career break.

He is a specialist in organizing and integrating care and services to seniors. He is a generalist in a broad range of management and leadership skills and competencies.

 

 

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