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The Hillier Inspiration Series
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Ottawa Event Date:
Monday, November 16, 2009, 3:30 pm  to 6:00 pm

The Hillier Inspiration Series

The General Rick Hillier Leadership Institute Presents the Hillier Inspiration Series in Ottawa on November 16 @ the NAC

Spend an evening with some of Canada’s most influential and exciting leaders! The 2009/2010 Hillier Inspiration Series will feature 8 half day inspirational meetings led by General Rick Hillier across Canada. Join General Rick Hillier has he presents his powerful leadership strategies and experiences.

Following his presentation General Rick Hillier will then discuss and debate leadership with Chief Vern White of the Ottawa Police Service.


Canada's Toughest Generals Discuss and Debate Leadership

Tickets on sale - Saturday, October 3 @ Noon

The General Rick Hillier Leadership Institute Presents the Hillier Inspiration Series in Ottawa on November 16.

General Rick Hillier will Present his Powerful Leadership strategies and experiences and then discuss and debate Leadership with Chief Vern White of the Ottawa Police Service. 


Gen (ret.) Rick Hillier
Former Chief of the Defence Staff for Canadian Forces

In over three decades of service to his country, General Rick Hillier has remobilized support of Canadian troops, worked closely with Prime Ministers, increased Canada’s significance within NATO, and solidified Canada's reputation on the world stage. In this time of War, under enormous public scrutiny, Hillier has, time and again, made the tough but needed decisions. In terms of leadership, in terms of diplomacy, in terms of strategy, he has few peers.

Gen. Hillier has commanded troops around the world, including NATO Forces in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and was appointed Commander of the Army and Commander of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force Afghanistan, in 2003. Called a man of "trademark passion and urgency" by the CBC, the straight-talking Hillier has just left his post as Chief of the Defence Staff -- the highest ranking position in the Canadian Forces. For thousands of soldiers, he was a hero, a soldier's soldier," and for millions of Canadians, he was the public face of the military during this eventful and tumultuous time in its history.

General Hillier was promoted to his present rank and assumed duties as the Chief of the Defence Staff on 4 February 2005.

General Hillier and his wife have two sons, a daughter-in-law, and two grandsons. General Hillier enjoys most recreational pursuits but, in particular, runs slowly, plays hockey poorly and golf’s not well at all.

He retired from the Canadian Forces in July 2008.

Chief Vern White
Chief of Police of the Ottawa Police

Vern White was sworn in as Chief of Police of the Ottawa Police Service by Ontario Regional Senior Justice Peter Griffiths on Tuesday, May 22, 2007.

Before joining the Ottawa Police Service, Chief White led the Regional Police Service in Durham, a community of approximately 600,000 immediately east of Toronto.

Before becoming Chief in Durham in 2005, he spent over 20 years with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, leaving with the rank of Assistant Commissioner. He was responsible for Information and Identification in Ottawa headquarters of the RCMP.

Earlier in his career he worked in various policy and investigational areas in a number of locations including Halifax, the Yukon Territories, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

His extensive experience includes major case management, community policing, proceeds of crime, detachment/unit commander, support services management, commercial crime and program policy. He is proficient in both official languages.

Chief White also has a wealth of demonstrated successes in working with diverse communities, particularly Canada’s First Nations and Inuit communities.

In addition to a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and Psychology from Acadia University and a Diploma in Business Administration, Chief White holds a Masters Degree from Royal Roads University in British Columbia in Conflict Analysis and Management. He completed his thesis on Restorative Justice.


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