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In today's feature, Liz Corson of Toronto Public Health shares the results of a study undertaken with Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services on the health and well-being of newcomers in Toronto.

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Pathways to Empowerment, Holistic Mental Health Conference, CMHA

Toronto, Ontario
June 21-22, 2012

Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, 1255 Sheppard Avenue East , (Sheppard/Leslie Subway Station)

We invite service providers, families and people with lived experience to explore pathways to mental health and well-being through alternative, evidence based holistic healing approaches.

This is an initiative of the Canadian Mental Health Association, Toronto branch.

Leveraging Organizational Culture: Communication, Collaboration and Change, Ontario Hospital Association


Toronto, Ontario
June 12, 2012

When your organizational culture is aligned with your strategy, purpose and values, the impossible becomes possible.

Do you ever wonder why:

  1. A strategic change works in one area of an organization but not in another?
  2. Some leaders are more effective than traditional measures would predict?
  3. A leader cannot craft a single message that has a positive impact on all levels and areas at the same time?
  4. Over 65% of business strategies fail?

At this conference, learn how to:

Facilitation Skills for Evaluators Workshop, Intersol


Ottawa, Ontario
May 29, 2012

Presented by Jennifer Birch-Jones and Judy Kent

This one-day interactive workshop is specifically designed for evaluators who use facilitation in their work, whether leading project teams, chairing committee meetings, developing logic models, theories of change, evaluation questions, measurement and evaluation strategies, or working with stakeholder groups.


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