EHL Edmonton presents “Conflict, Values, Collaboration & The Emerging Health Leader” Feb. 17th 2016

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The EHL – Edmonton executive team is very pleased to announce our next exciting event!

Come and enjoy an evening of networking, dynamic and engaging speakers, and discussion on some hot topics in Leadership – conflict, values and collaboration.

Date: Wednesday February 17, 2016
Location: Seventh Street Plaza, Conference Room A
Time: Doors open at 5:30; Presentations start at 6:00

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OUR PRESENTERS:

 Greg Hadubiak

Greg Hadubiak
Director
Western Management Consultants

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Presentation: Leadership – It’s a Team Sport

Successful leaders don’t go it alone neither in achievement of organizational goals nor in their personal ability to grow and evolve as a leader.  Greg will explore the direct link to areas such as continuous learning, mentorship, mastermind groups, networks and executive coaching.

Greg brings a passionate commitment to helping leaders and organizations realize their strengths and enable them to achieve their potential through the application of his leadership experience and coaching skills.

Greg is Director at WMC, a TEC-Canada Chair, Executive Coach, consultant, speaker and author who believes that the impossible IS possible if human potential is unleashed.

The underlying focus of his practice is Leadership and applies to his work in Governance, Strategic Planning, Change Management, Executive Coaching, Leadership Development, Team Development, and Quality Improvement / LEAN Deployment.

Greg has broad-ranging, senior level experience and insight to senior leaders; especially those involved in significant change management and quality improvement initiatives. Greg has been Senior Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer for Covenant Health with responsibility for the Grey Nuns Community Hospital, Misericordia Community Hospital, and Villa Caritas in Edmonton.

Greg has a Master’s Degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Alberta, and he has been a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives since 2007. He was a long-standing member of the Canadian College of Health Leaders and has been a member of the Executive of the Northern Alberta Chapter of CCHL. Greg also holds certification in Change Management (PROSCI), is LEAN Leader trained (BMGI) and is a Certified Executive Coach (CEC – Royal Roads University). In early 2014 he achieved Professional Coach Certification with the International Coach Federation.

 Dina Grskovich

Dina Grskovich
Strategic Human Resource & Change Consultant/Founder
DMG Business Strategy

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Presentation: How Empathy supports Values-Based Decision-Making

This presentation will speak to leveraging diverse-value sets in decision-making for organizational effectiveness.

About Dina: From forestry to fine art, fast growth entrepreneurial to well established multinationals, Dina’s consulting career has been long and diverse. Founder of DMG Business Strategy, she completed Information Technology and Organizational Behaviour studies at BCIT which landed her in consulting gigs across many industries. She loves environs where hyper change is present, and has a keen interest in businesses in transition, particularly fast-growth or merger, where she likes to apply organizational development and strategic change plans in order to further facilitate sustainable growth patterns.

A strong advocate for community involvement, Dina is a two-time member of the National Board of Directors for Wired Woman Society (2003-2004 and 2009-2010), serving as Director of Mentorship and Sponsorship, has mentored for HRMA, New Ventures BC, and volunteers her time with EHL – Edmonton as a Mentor.

 Sam Malone

Sam Malone
Quality Improvement Facilitator,
South Calgary Primary Care Network

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Presentation: Finding the Elephant in the Room. Dealing with Workplace Conflict

In this session, Sam will explore different aspects of workplace conflict and your role as leaders. Prepare for a fun dynamic approach to conflict, shame and healing in the workplace.

About Sam: Sam holds a Masters in Adult Learning, and a Bachelors of Commerce. With his passion for conflict resolution, restorative justice, and shame & vulnerability, Sam brings a unique approach to workplace conflict.