May 2016 Newsletter

a message from the board

Daniel Watt, President
Hi everyone,
I had the pleasure of attending the ACMP Global Conference in Dallas in May.  It was great to connect with change management professionals from around the globe, as well as attendees from our local Vancouver chapter!  The best quote I heard from the conference was "change management is common sense, but not common practice!"
In other exciting news, the initial pilot participants of the Certified Change Management Professional Program (CCMP) have completed the designation certification process.  Congratulations to the five people from Vancouver who are now certified: Amanda Blair, Camille Rozon, Daniel Watt, Elisa Chavez, and Steve Doherty!

key messages

  • Are you correctly subscribed to the Vancouver Chapter as your primary ACMP Group?  Please follow these instructions to confirm / update your membership.
  • Several of our members attended the 2016 ACMP Global Conference in May and presented their insights at the May meeting - read their highlights and key learnings here!
  • Missed our latest Coffee Chat, moderated by Steve Doherty?  Read the recap here!  If you are interested in hosting one, please contact Heather Lehmann.
  • ACMP's new Certified Change Management Professional (CCMP) certification is available now!  To learn more and submit an application, click here.
  • We're looking for suggestions on where we should host the July ACMP Summer Networking Event!  E-mail us with your ideas.

upcoming events

Come and join us for our next Coffee Chat in June and an evening of socializing in July!  Check out our Eventbrite site for more details on the upcoming ACMP Vancouver Chapter learning and networking events!

Date & Time Event Description
Thurs June 23, 2016
7:30-8:30 a.m.
Coffee Chat with Heather Lehrmann
Tues July 12, 2016
5:00-7:00 p.m.
ACMP Summer Networking event
Oct 17 & 18, 2016
Change Management Regional Conference in Toronto
Nov 7 & 8, 2016
ACMP PNW 4th Change Management Symposium - Change Connect 4

If you’d like to help with events planning and logistics, please contact Heather Lehmann.

membership profile

Camille Rozon is a native of Montreal and has worked in the health care sector all of her career.  Read more.

Interested in sharing your story?  E-mail for more details!

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