Lunch & Learn
May 25, 2017
12:00 pm -1:30 pm
Leaders of Today Preparing Leaders of Tomorrow
The impact of transformational leadership and learning on health & safety culture
Register today for this thought provoking session featuring Dr. Bernadette Gatien of the CN Centre for Occupational Health and Safety at Saint Mary’s University who will discuss the impact of transformational leadership and learning on health and safety culture.
Don Bureaux, President, Nova Scotia Community College and Karen Hutt, President and CEO, Nova Scotia Power Inc will lead a panel discussion.
This event will be hosted at the Institute of Technology Campus of the NSCC, 5685 Leeds Street, Halifax. It will also be available by video conference at the following other NSCC campus locations:
- Sydney – Marconi Campus
- Stellarton – Pictou Campus
- Kentville – Kingstec Campus
When registering please indicate the location you will be attending.
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There will be a minimum charge of $25.00 per person to cover lunch costs to be paid as part of the registration process.
CEO Safety Charter Steering Committee
Dr. Bernadette Gatien holds a Masters and Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax Nova Scotia. She has been working and teaching in the field of occupational health and safety since 2005, at both the graduate and undergraduate level on such topics as leadership, human factors, organizational development, training and development and the psychology of learning. Her most recent accomplishments include co-authoring a text book on the topic of Occupational Health and Safety which is currently being used by various universities and colleges across Canada. Dr. Gatien’s research and work experience expands both the public and private sector and includes the construction, transportation, utility, IT and health industries. She has presented her work at various national and international conferences and is a current member of the CN Centre for Occupational Health and Safety.