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Upping your game with the new Organizational Excellence Standard (OES)
This excellence chat is intended for those who are using, or have recently used, our EIW Standard. It will speak to transitioning from EIW to OES with a suggested roadmap to help you get there. The session will be interactive with lots of time for questions and answers. We look forward to sharing ideas amongst the participants.

Apr 22, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Catherine Neville
Vice President, Organizational Excellence @Excellence Canada
Catherine Neville is a senior executive who has worked in both private and not-for-profit sectors. She has extensive knowledge of quality management systems, including Excellence Canada’s (EC's) Healthy Workplace Standard and Excellence, Innovation and Wellness Standard as well as ISO 9001:2015. Catherine is an active coach in strategic management planning and related scorecards, EC Standard implementation (from planning to done including preliminary assessments and mock verifications), and process management including process mapping, lean principles and continual improvement. She also teaches the verifier training program and is a member of EC’s Adjudication Committee for the Canada Awards for Excellence. Catherine is one of the leads for verifications and benchmark assessments for organizations she does not coach. Her credentials include a Bachelor of Science degree, EC Certified Lead Assessor and Lead Verifier, EC Certified Excellence Professional, and EC Certified Trainer.
Kathryn Cestnick
Senior Vice President @Excellence Canada
Kathryn Cestnick has worked extensively in both the private and not-for-profit sectors. Her background is in senior administration, finance and human resources. She has conducted and led hundreds of verifications and assessments across Canada, and has consulted with all sizes of organizations. Her expertise includes writing the Excellence Canada Standards; she is co-lead developer for the Excellence, Innovation and Wellness, Healthy Workplace, Mental Health at Work and Financial Health standards. She is a partner with The Advisors Group, a management consultancy. In addition to her consultancy practice, she has held senior positions including vice president at two Ontario community colleges and chief operating officer at one of Canada's largest law firms. Kathryn has been with the Excellence Canada since 1999 as Senior Vice President. She holds a Bachelor Administrative Studies from York University, and is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Excellence Professional.