Happy 2017! A new year brings new events – here is the most recent one to kick it off!
- Title: Apply Neuroscience to Leadership Development
- Speaker: Camille Rozon (see bio below)
- Date: Thursday, January 26th
- Location: Langara College (Science & Technology Building, Room T228)
- Time: 6 – 8pm (15min networking; 1hour workshop; 45
min networking & ques)
- Cost: Free for members and/or UBC MHA students (use code provide in email); Non-members $10
- Dress: Business casual
- Homework prior: complete the SCARF self assessment (click here), and bring a copy to the workshop
Neuroscience may help us unravel the physiology of leadership effectiveness! Learn how we can use knowledge of brain functions to better lead people and organizations. Join us for an interactive workshop that will provide insight into brain-based frameworks designed to enhance your self awareness and your skills collaborating and influencing others. Practical tools and scenarios will be used to help you apply what you learned in your workplace. Light refreshments will be provided.
Change Management Specialist, Providence Health Care
Camille has over 30 years experience in healthcare in both clinical and management settings. For the past 15 years, she has participated in and led a variety of projects in private, public, government and academic settings. Her efforts have revitalized training programs, software systems, service delivery model re-configurations, measurement and evaluations, client services and engagement, and attainment of goals for business. Her areas of expertise include project and change management, curriculum development and delivery, quality improvement, program management, and coaching and team development.
She is also a member of multiple organizations, including the Association of Change Management Professionals, Neuroleadership Institute and Project Management Institute. Her training includes certification in Change Management, Project Management and the Foundations of Neuroleadership, as well as a Master’s in Health Administration from UBC.