2011 Annual Meeting
Great Places to Live and Work
May 16-18, 2011 -
Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto
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Eric Peterson, our Opening
Keynote Speaker, personally
invites you to join us at the 2011 OANHSS AGM & Convention,
Great Places to Live and Work.
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OPENING KEYNOTE: WRINKLED HEROES
May 16, 2011 - 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
One of Canada’s most
accomplished actors, Eric Peterson has most recently been known as the
loveably crusty “Oscar Leroy” in CTV’s hit comedy
series Corner Gas. A winner of five Gemini Awards, a Dora Award, and the
L.A. Drama Critics Award for best performance, Peterson has captured
audiences during his lengthy career on stage, television and in film.
His many memorable roles include the legendary World War One flying ace
in Billy Bishop Goes to War, Judge Malone in This is
Wonderland and left-wing lawyer Leon Robinovitch in the
long-running CBC Series Street Legal. His portrayal of the
82-year-old war veteran Patrick in the critically-acclaimed play
Half Life, first staged in 2005, offered a window into the
world of memory loss and life in a long term care home.
The 64-year-old Peterson’s funny and wry observations on aging
will help kick off this year’s Great Places to Live and
Work-themed event, as the actor, who once played elderly characters as a
young man, reflects on the ironies of “not growing old
actor, has inspired audiences nationally and internationally on the
stage, screen, radio and television for 40 years. He was named a member
of the Order of Canada in 2010 for his achievements. Born and raised in
Saskatchewan, Peterson now lives in Toronto with his wife and two
BUILDING A WORLD CLASS CULTURE
Tuesday May 17, 2011
- 8:45 AM - 10:00 AM
Organizations with an amazing workplace culture
attract and keep amazing staff. So how do you create one? As COO for the
highly successful 1-800-GOT-JUNK, Cameron Herold helped put the firm
among the very best companies to work for in British Columbia and
Canada, as ranked by B.C. Business Magazine and Canadian Business
Magazine. He has since shared his secrets on building great cultures
with audiences around the world. Get a taste of this business
visionary’s fantastic inspiration as he shows you how to use
“painted pictures” and “vision” to create
alignment in your staff teams, how to attract and retain awesome people,
and how to create the best environment to support an excellent workplace
Cameron Herold has been
coaching, speaking to, and helping entrepreneurs build companies for
over 20 years. His new venture, Backpocket COO, works with young, fun,
entrepreneurial, high-growth companies to help make their dreams
Closing Keynote: Janine Driver
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KEYNOTE: YOU SAY MORE THAN YOU THINK
Wednesday May 18, 2011
- 12:15 PM - 3:00 PM
Janine Driver is the New York Times best-selling
author of You Say More Than You Think: A 7-Day Plan on Using the New
Body Language to Get What You Want, and founder and president of the
Body Language Institute. Driver combines education with motivation and
comedy to help people better understand themselves, the impact of their
non-verbal communication on others, read hidden emotions, and build
better relationships through cutting-edge New Body Language
Janine Driver is a popular media
personality, appearing on Good Morning America, Larry King Live, The Dr.
Oz Show, The Today Show, Rachael Ray and many others.
Guest Speaker: Dalton
PREMIER OF ONTARIO
Speaker: David Lemon
HEALTH ARTS SOCIETY OF ONTARIO
Monday May 16, 2011 - 7:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Guest Speaker: Deb
MINISTER OF HEALTH AND LONG-TERM
Tuesday May 17, 2011 - 8:30 AM - 8:45 AM
REASONS TO ATTEND CONVENTION ...
1. Insights - Obtain updates on the
latest sector issues and developments.
2. Practical Strategies - Take away
ideas you can use.
3. Networking Opportunities - Catch
up with friends and colleagues and meet new ones.
- Find out about the latest products and services.
Development - Stay on top
of emerging issues.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Exceptional learning opportunities, a wealth of
resources, unique perspectives and the latest from sector experts make
this year's convention, Great Places
to Live and Work, a must attend for staff in long
term care, seniors' housing and community services, including:
- Administrators/Executive Directors
- Housing Managers
- Environmental Service Managers
- Board Members
- Senior Managers
- Food Services/Dietary Managers
- Program Managers
- Financial Managers
- Community Service Managers
- Nurse Managers
- Business Managers