Maureen O’Neil has been leading the CFHI since 2008, but she’s been fighting battles in the policy trenches with her signature energy and enthusiasm for decades. She most recently served as President of the International Development Research Centre, Interim President of the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, President of the North-South Institute, and Deputy Minister of Citizenship, Government of Ontario. She serves on a broad range of boards at the provincial, national and international levels. Patrice Dutil, the editor of CGE, caught up with Ms. O’Neil to talk about leadership in creating a culture of sustained innovation.
June 16, 2016
The Interview On Leadership, Healthcare, and Innovation with Maureen O’Neil, President of the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
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