We are looking for those who can demonstrate exemplary teamwork, positivity, respect for others and the ability to inspire those around them.
We will be asking you about what motivates you, how you respond to difficulties, how you seek out the unknown, and how you see our future.
We will ask those you work with to share their perspectives of you, and will want to know how you respond to those views.
We want to know how you feel about your life, present, past and future, and what you believe is your purpose and potential.
Making the NHS Scotland Values a vital component of appointments to our services, as well as ongoing appraisal and personal development.Read more
Providing a values based mechanism to identify those within our services that show the greatest potential to develop into our leaders of the future.Read more
Offering an inventory of multi-professional development opportunities to established and potential leaders, offering tailored learning, mentoring, network support and stretch projects.Read more
Reviewing and supporting the current performance appraisal systems at senior and executive level, putting people at the centre of everything we do.Read more
– Nelson Mandela
We believe passionately that the best learning about leadership happens through our live experiences, through our relationships with others – in practice. And, in the past week, we have seen inspiring examples of this happening already – rippling out from our project lift community gathering with the Corporate Rebels. “Cascading principles to team mates yesterday […]Read more
Are you keen to develop your leadership skills and share learning with colleagues and experts? Join us on the Leadership Links one-day event on the 7th November to build your knowledge, network, develop your collaboration skills and explore your creativity. This year’s event will focus on two Health and Care Leadership Capabilities ‘Collaboration and influencing’ […]Read more
50 or so of our earliest project lift participants gathered in Edinburgh to meet and hear from the Corporate Rebels (https://corporate-rebels.com/) about their mission to “fix work that sucks”. Pim, Joost, Mireille and Ellen set the scene by reminding us why their mission is to make work more fun: increasing engagement can lead to increasing […]Read more