- Leadership Tools (Inventory, Community for Practice)
Leadership Development Self-Assessment (available to Network Partners only)
LEADS Community for Practice (available to Network Partners only)
- Leading Thru COVID Project
We have now completed Phase I of a new action research project to curate current leadership practices during COVID and what new practices should be employed to build our future health and care system. A Leading Thru COVID Steering Group guided us in this effort comprised of academics and decision makers. 18 interviews gathered stories from leaders across the country. This work is now summarized in a two page Infographic. Please share it widely. We are actively seeking funding for a Phase2 to gather data during the second wave of the pandemic. For more details contact Kelly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- LEADS Framework Overview
LEADS in a Caring Environment (LEADS) framework is a leadership capabilities framework representing an innovative and integrated investment in the future of health leadership in Canada. It provides a comprehensive approach to leadership development for the Canadian health sector, including leadership within the whole-system, within the health organizations, and within individual leaders. For more information, click here.
- LEADS Global
LEADS Global is an organization dedicated to sharing, with willing international partners, their experience with using LEADS to catalyze health leadership across the globe. In partnership with LEADS Canada, and led by a team of experienced health leaders, from Canada and abroad, LEADS Global is dedicated to building an understanding of moral and ethical leadership and how to enact it for the betterment of health care across the world.
Bringing Leadership to Life in Health 2020 documents just how important high quality, modern leadership – LEADS– is to health care. Leadership’s job is to integrate services across the continuum of care, create psychologically healthy workplaces, and stimulate people-centered service reforms. The second edition features over 35 new stories of how LEADS has been put to work in practice. The authors have curated well over 200 health-specific research articles on the importance of leadership to organizational and system performance. Five invited chapters—including chapters on themes of Indigenous leadership, people-centered leadership, leadership in the professions, global leadership efforts, and leadership in provincial health regions—are a welcome addition. And, it provides independent evidence of the ongoing construct and face validity of the LEADS framework.
- LEADS Collaborative / LEADS Canada
CHLNet is a founding partner in the LEADS Collaborative to coordinate the delivery of LEADS-based leadership programs by LEADS-qualified facilitators, consultants and executive coaches. CHLNet serves primarily as a knowledge mobilizer or “broker”, driving traffic to our network partners, sharing LEADS knowledge and resources, and encouraging partnering organizations to use LEADS-based solutions for leadership development succession planning and talent management for their employees. CHLNet also plays a lead role in ever-greening the framework and expanding the range of LEADS-based tools available.
- Learn more about the LEADS Framework and its components
LEADS Executive Summaries / Atteindre des Résultats LEADS
• Lead Self / Être son propre leader
• Engage Others / Engager les autres
• Achieve Results / Atteindre des résultats
• Develop Coalitions / Développer des coalitions
• Systems Transformation / Transformer les systèmes
Discover how the LEADS framework can help you become a more effective health leader or promote leadership within your organization. Contact the LEADS Canada for more information.