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CPDiQ COACH. May 28-29, 2005 Toronto, Ontario. Social Accountability. Reflect. COACH: Objectives. Explore the theme: partnership Understanding the principles and practice of partnership Sharing school projects & hunting for synergy Sharing stories “Bond fire” effect

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CPDiQ COACH

May 28-29, 2005

Toronto, Ontario

Social

Accountability

Reflect

coach objectives
COACH: Objectives
  • Explore the theme: partnership
  • Understanding the principles and practice of partnership
  • Sharing school projects & hunting for synergy
  • Sharing stories
  • “Bond fire” effect
  • Identifying CPDiQ next steps
coach subcommittee
National Team

George Goldsand – UA

Stefane Kabene – UWO

Jean Parboosingh

Cathy Ridson – McMaster

UBC Team

Denise Buote

Luke Ferdinands

Anna Lee

Helen Novak Lauscher

Leah Wahl

COACH subcommittee
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AFMC: Social Accountability Conceptual Framework

Communities

Health Professionals

Policy Makers

Patient

Academia

Health Administrators

partnership the heart of an effective team
Partnership: The Heart of an effective Team
  • Compliementary knowledge and skills
  • Do more than any one individual
  • Change the system together
  • Put different perspectives on the table
  • …..
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“Two are better than one;…for if they fall, the one will lift up his fellow;…if two lie together, then they have heat;…if one prevail again him, two shall withstand him; and a threefold cord is not quickly broken.”

KING SOLOMON – Ecclesiastes 5

good to great j collins
“Good to Great” – J. Collins

Great Results

What’s in the black box?

Good Results

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Level 5 Leadership

First Who …Then What

Confront the Brutal Facts

Hedgehog Concept

Culture of Discipline

Technology Accelerator

Disciplined People

Disciplined Thought

Disciplined Action

“Good to Great” – J. Collins

Breakthrough

Build Up…

Flywheel

but how to get started
But…how to get started?
  • People not having worked together?
  • What if conflict arises?
  • How do we keep the momentum?
  • How do we engage more individuals?
  • ….
three questions to explore 15 min
Three Questions to explore (15 min)

In the context of health care:

  • Why partnership?
  • What challenges in partnership?
  • What’s unknown about partnership?
hedgehog concept
Hedgehog Concept

What you are deeply passionate about

What you can be the best in the world at

What drives your economic engine

moving towards clarity 20 min
Moving towards clarity (20 min)
  • What’s our passion and purpose in CPDiQ?
  • How to drive towards a common vision? What leverages do we have to change culture?
  • How do we evaluate partnership? How do we deal with conflict?
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