Second International Congress on Professional 
and Occupational Regulation

March 24, 2011  |  Toronto, Ontario

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Maintaining Public Confidence through Good Governance
Deanna Williams, Registrar, Ontario College of Pharmacists

  • Balancing competing interests - public's right to know, practitioner's right to due process
  • Issues of reputation and risk
  • Training of board/council members re: the governance role

Strategic Issues versus Tactical Issues
Caroline MacIsaac-Power, Registrar, College of Opticians of Ontario

  • How do we get what we need? How do we go where we need to go?
  • How do we make the best of what we have?
  • Managing change

Optimizing the Board / Staff Relationship
Claudia Newman, NCA Associates

  • Defining and respecting boundaries
  • Governance versus management ("separation of Church and State")

Volunteer Boards/Councils – Is There a Better Way?
Bruce Matthews, Deputy Registrar, Regulatory Compliance, Real Estate Council of Ontario

  • Recruitment issues
  • Diversity issues
  • Characteristics of a good board/council candidate
Notes from Workshop Session Discussions

Workshop session topics may include:

  • The role of laypeople on boards/councils
  • Dealing with large boards/council - Does size matter?
  • Dealing with the difficult board/council member
  • Dealing with the "constituency" mindset
  • What role should member/registrant interests play in governance?
  • Regulating strategically

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