Jessica Marangos

Director Workforce Development

Jessica is a values-driven and dynamic professional with strategy, implementation and operations experience spanning the health and social services ecosystems. Blending creativity with evidence-informed insights, she has supported organizations to achieve their transformation goals, in particular, across the areas of strategic planning, human resources, analytics, and program planning and evaluation. Jessica thrives when faced with the opportunity to facilitate a convergence of ideas into meaningful actions, and when navigating through highly complex problems that are impactful to the wellness of people and communities.

Currently, Jessica is a Senior Manager of Strategic Projects at University Health Network. In this role she provides support and advice to the Clinical Vice President overseeing the surgical portfolio, while also contributing to the planning, development and implementation of key projects within the portfolio and across UHN. Prior to this role, Jessica joined a not-for-profit in the pediatric sector to build the governance and operating models, and the value proposition that grew the partnership exponentially. Jessica has also held a number of progressive roles in Deloitte’s Health Transformation consulting practice.

Jessica has a Master of Business Administration, with a specialization in Health Services Management from the DeGroote School of Business. She is a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders, and is a trained Solutions-Focused coach that is working towards the International Associate Certified Coach credential. Jessica is active in her community as a Board Director for Camp Scugog.


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Day 1: Dec 7, 2021

3:00 pm

3:00 pm

CASE STUDY: DATA DRIVEN RETENTION

Data Driven Approach: Shifting Focus from Recruitment to Retention and Engagement

University Health Network, like all healthcare organizations across the country, has been challenged with a shortage of nurses. Then the pandemic hit and the gap between supply and demand grew, and the urgency to close the gap was greater than ever before. Transform your approach to retention with a data-driven strategy to deepen your insight into your talent pool. Gain key insights into:

  • Shifting from transactional processes to long-term strategic, innovative and value-added partnership between business areas and People and Culture
  • Uncovering recruitment, retention and engagement trends to create an environment where your organization can be a destination to start and grow careers
  • Monitoring new hire turnover and moving to proactive, targeted engagement

Shift to a data-driven approach and heighten employee retention and engagement

Day 2: Dec 8, 2021