Live Webcast: Can your Organization Withstand a Pandemic?


Date and Time

Starts:02/12/2020 12:00 PM

Ends:02/12/2020 1:00 PM

Event Type: Webcast

1 Hour Hour(s)

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HRPA Members:
Complimentary
Non-Members:
$65 + Taxes
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Enliven HR Consulting

With the recent outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus, organizations are being reminded that the ongoing health and safety of team members is critical. To ensure the ongoing health and safety of our organizations we need to turn our attention to ensuring we have a robust plan in place to address a potential pandemic.

This practical webinar will focus on ensuring you have the right protocols in place to deal with potential threats and emergencies that your organization may face and that we continue to take every reasonable precaution to protect and inform team members.

 

Learning objectives:

  • Recognize what the Novel Coronavirus is including signs and symptoms, transmission and treatment and the potential impact for organizations
  • Assess your organization’s ability to withstand a pandemic while identifying the key elements to be included in the design of a business continuity / emergency preparedness plan
  • Determine communication mechanisms to convey pertinent and relevant information about the virus to your teams including what to do if a team member reports they or a family member have symptoms and need to be off work

 

Who should attend?

People leaders and individual contributors who are leaders within their organizations.  

Speaker bio(s)
 Jodi Zigelstein-Yip

Jodi Zigelstein-Yip, CHRP, CHRL, Chief HR Innovator/Founder

Jodi Zigelstein-Yip is a twenty-one (21) year leader and veteran in the HR community and is the Chief HR Innovator and Founder of Enliven HR Consulting Inc. Jodi plays a major role in her client’s businesses by delivering innovative, sustainable and strategic HR programs and solutions designed to unleash leadership and employee potential, drive performance, increase organizational effectiveness and steer business results. Her expertise is in the creation of unique leadership, talent and high-potential development programs, employee engagement and employee experience initiatives, organizational transformation and HR strategy, executive coaching, compensation programs, succession planning and talent assessment programs. Jodi engages small, medium and large local, national and multi-national clients in a variety of industries. Jodi’s experience comes from both working with clients for more than half her career as well as in Human Resources in the corporate world.

Jodi is a seasoned and dynamic facilitator, recognized by the Institute for Performance and Learning for the design and facilitation of a multi-faceted leadership development program. Jodi has been featured in the HR Professional Magazine, Canadian Employment Law Today, the National Post and the Globe and Mail. Jodi runs the Transforming Managers into Leaders Program at HRPA, which is an online certificate program for leaders. Jodi is often asked to facilitate programs through the HRPA including the Authentic Coaching Leader Program. Jodi was also the President of the HRPA York Region Chapter from 2011 – 2015 and was a member of the Board of Directors for over ten (10) years. During her term as President, the Chapter was awarded eleven (11) Chapter of Excellence Awards.


 Wendy Reed

Wendy Reed,  B.Sc.P.T., Physiotherapy, Director, Occupational Health and Infection Control

Wendy is an accomplished leader currently leading in a large academic and teaching health centre, with proven success in her ability to develop and implement innovative programs built upon foundations of leadership commitment and collaborative practices. Her strengths include creating and maintaining relationships, communication, critical thinking, coaching, conflict management, negotiation, fiscal and human resource management and strategic planning. She is well versed in human resource and safety legislation. Wendy is a proud graduate of Western University with a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy. She is a certified trainer in Crucial Conversations® and The Working Mind program.

Wendy leads two divisions for St. Joseph’s Health Care London – occupational health and safety services and infection prevention and control teams. The Occupational Health and Safety Services team is committed to providing excellent and innovative health and safety services. They are proactive and supportive in promoting a safe and healthy work environment and are focused on wellness, illness and injury prevention and facilitation of early rehabilitation to optimize St. Joseph's Health Care London employees' capacity to work. The Infection Prevention and Control team supports a culture of infection safety by providing surveillance and evaluation of data related to health care associated disease, policies and procedures to prevent infections and interrupt the transmission of infectious diseases and education of healthcare workers on infection prevention and control. They work to integrate infection prevention and control measures throughout our organization to keep our patients, visitors, staff and physicians safe.

St. Joseph’s Health care London is comprised of St. Joseph’s Hospital, Parkwood Institute, Southwest Centre for Forensic Mental Health Care, Mount Hope Centre for long terms care and 12 teams and service locations across the region. As an organization we host 50 distinct services and programs serving patients locally, regionally, provincially and nationally.


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