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ACHE Canadian Chapter Presents: Manager Tools - One on Ones & Delegation

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The Michener Institute of Education at UHN

222 Saint Patrick Street

Toronto, ON M5T 1V4

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Join the Canadian Chapter of ACHE and UHN for an interactive education session based on bestselling book and award-winning podcast.

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CONTENT

The program, developed by Manager Tools, will focus on two management tool basics: one on ones and delegation.

One on Ones are the core of the Effective Manager toolset. All highly effective managers are known for having exceptional relationships with their staff, but few managers know how to achieve this. One on Ones are pre-scheduled, 30-minute weekly meetings between every manager and each of their direct reports. During the training, participants will learn why, where, when and how to conduct One on Ones and effective ways to brief and get buy in from their teams on the use of these meetings.

Delegation is a tool to improve individual and team performance and organizational effectiveness. It is simple to do but rarely used effectively. Pushing work down helps to develop teams and future leaders and frees up manager time for executive thinking and strategic activities. Effective delegation assigns responsibility, provides authority and requires accountability. This session will review the 6 steps to follow when devising a delegation plan, including a checklist to analyze the job, decide what to delegate, select the right person, plan the delegation, make the delegation and crucially, follow-up.

The workshop will be followed by an interactive panel presentation on ways to implement one-on-ones and delegation, featuring ACHE Board Members, Guy Bourbonnière and Leslie Benecki.

SPEAKERS

Sarah Sentes is a management consultant and presenting associate with Manager Tools where she is responsible for managing the public conference division. Sarah joined Manager Tools in 2014 and travels extensively internationally to present on effective management, communication and hiring and conduct custom sessions on behalf of the company. These sessions are designed to allow managers and individual contributors learn, practice and implement effective management and communication behaviors. Sarah has also participated in over 40 Manager Tools podcasts, popular award-winning weekly podcasts offering guidance on a wide range of topics from hiring to performance reviews to career management. Manager Tools workshops are teachable equivalents to help attendees learn and practice the behaviors that the most successful use. Prior to joining Manager Tools, Sarah was a member of the executive management team at the University of Alberta. Sarah has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta.

Leslie Benecki spent her career focusing on primary health care and equity seeking populations. Her experience includes progressive managerial roles at Alberta Health, two Community Health Centres, and a health care research centre. Leslie is a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Treasurer of the Canadian Chapter of ACHE, and a member of the Canadian College of Health Leaders. She is long-time community volunteer, including a Board term with the South East Local Health Integration Network. Leslie received a Bachelor of Science from Purdue University as well as MBA and MHSA degrees from the University of Michigan.

Guy Bourbonnière is presently the Vice President of Eastern Canada for Trane. Guy has held numerous leadership roles for Trane during the last 31 years, including the Director of Healthcare for Canada. He has been very involved in Canadian healthcare associations including ACHE, and is an active volunteer in the community. Guy graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Manitoba and earned a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Manchester in 2015.

DETAILS

This 4 hour session will start promptly at 11 AM Eastern. Please come early to network with colleagues, meet the presenter and learn about ACHE. Doors will open at 10:15 AM.

To keep the costs down, no refreshments will be offered. Please bring your lunch or purchase it onsite before the event.

Registration is free of charge and open to all interested healthcare leaders. Space is limited to 30 people to allow for discussion and coaching. Priority will be given to ACHE Canada members, UHN staff and registrants who join ACHE (Canadian Chapter) by March 21, 2019.

Pre-registration is required - bring your ticket with you.

CERTIFICATION

Participants who attend the full session will receive a Certificate of Completion from Manager Tools. Those interested in becoming an ACHE Fellow, or maintaining their designation, will be able to earn required education credits. Employers value the FACHE credential because it signifies high competency, commitment to service and recognition as an esteemed healthcare leader.

This program has been developed and is presented locally by the Canadian Chapter of ACHE. The American College of Healthcare Executives has awarded 1.5 ACHE Face-to-Face Education Credits to this program.

In collaboration with the University Health Network

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