NSHS Leadership Charter - From Survival to Revival - 2021 Fall Conference

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Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

1055 Marginal Road

Halifax, NS B3H 4P7

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Your Steering Committee has arranged a dynamic program specifically focused on Senior Leaders and how we can lead better and do better.

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SUVIVAL TO REVIVAL

Leading together for a better-than-ever post COVID Province.

Please join us for an important program focused on leveraging the success we’ve had in safely navigating the pandemic toward workplaces that are more prosperous and safer than ever before.

There will be two panel discussions:

1. MOMENTUM - This panel will focus on how Nova Scotian leaders continue to successfully adapt their organizations as we move to a post COVID Province.

  • Moderator: Don Bureau, President – Nova Scotia Community College
  • Dr. Krista Jangaard, President & CEO, IWK Health Centre
  • Kevin Mooney, President, Irving Shipbuilding Inc.
  • Dr. Deep Saini, President, Dalhousie University

2. ACKNOWLEDGE & ACT - COVID has shone a bright light on inequities in many of our communities and workplaces—this panel, will discuss how we can be a better province across the spectrum.

  • Moderator - Mark Gascoigne, CEO – Trampoline Branding
  • Janet Hazelton, President, NS Nurses Union
  • Michelle Lowe, Managing Director, Nursing Homes Association of NS
  • Patrick Sullivan, CEO, Halifax Chamber of Commerce
  • Rustum Southwell, Founding CEO, Black Business Initiative

As a reminder, The CEO Safety Charter has no annual dues but each Signatory has committed to attend if possible the Fall Conference and registration fees cover two representatives. All senior Leaders are encouraged to make every effort to attend and exchange ideas and successes with over 130 leading organizations employing over 150,000 Nova Scotians.

* Please note that the price per category includes two registrants, please pick quantity as 1, as this price reflects both registrants and you will be asked for both registrants names later in the process. For more than 2 registrants per organization, please select the additional registrants category to add additional registrants from your organization.  

Program

8:15 am - 9:15 am - Registration and Continental breakfast

9:15 am - 9:30 am - Opening Remarks

9:30 am - 10: 45 am – MOMENTUM panel session

10:45 am - 11:00 am - Nutrition Break

11:00 am - 12:15 pm – ACKNOWLEDGE & ACT panel session

12:15 pm - 12:30 pm - Closing Remarks

12:30 pm – 2:00 pm - Lunch - Speaker: Margaret Chapman, Partner & COO, Narrative Research

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Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

1055 Marginal Road

Halifax, NS B3H 4P7

Canada

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Organizer Nova Scotia Health & Safety Leadership Charter

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This Charter represents a commitment from leaders in Nova Scotia to the continuous growth of a positive workplace safety culture. It is founded on the principle that the effective management of health, safety, and wellness is essential to the operation of a successful business and the long-term success of our province. By supporting this Charter, leaders commit to share best practices and together improve the  health and safety performance in Nova Scotia with the belief that a safer province is a more productive and prosperous province.

Our Mission is to engage senior leaders in Nova Scotia in advancing Nova Scotia as the safest place to work and live in Canada.

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