Emerging research, insights, support and inspiration around leadership, change and innovation in the current context of Coronavirus
Blog: RSA – HOW TO CREATE REAL, LASTING CHANGE AFTER COVID-19
By Ian Burbridge, 29th April, The RSA
‘How do we make sense of how the crisis is changing the world as we are living through it? Thinking through the measures that we’ve all taken in response to Covid-19 in four categories – stopping activity, pausing activity, temporary measures, and new innovations – can help us focus on what’s worked and what can last.’
Podcast Series: The FMLM Podcast ‘A podcast series from the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management aimed at clinicians of all levels who want to hear informed discussion about the issues affecting clinical leadership in the UK and around the world.’ This is a new podcast series and, as at time of publishing, features podcasts […]Read more
Coaching for Wellbeing – free coaching service for all in health and social care
Do you want to be more active in caring for your health and wellbeing during Covid-19, but not sure what to focus on? Look at our free coaching options in the new Coaching for Wellbeing service available now. Designed specifically to support all health and social services staff in Scotland during the Covid-19 pandemic, this is open to anyone at any level and in any role in the system.
Article: BMJ – Covid fatigue is taking an enormous toll on healthcare workers
‘Whatever our situation as healthcare professionals—good pacing, refreshment, and support will be key to surviving the long road ahead’
Article with related podcast looking at Covid or Pandemic Fatigue, surviving this phase of fatigue and keeping well for the longer term.
Article: BMJ – Decisions, Decisions, Decisions – Is the Concept of Decision Fatigue an Issue in Covid-19 Times?
‘Human beings are incredibly complex and we know it is estimated we make between 10,000 and 40,000 decisions a day. For many of our frontline staff faced with the Pandemic, there has been a need to multiply the number of critical decisions they make each day…what could it also imply for the system in terms of possible impact and what might that mean for how we organise ourselves and lead in future? ‘
Article: HBR – How to Answer an Unanswerable Question
‘Whether you are a leader, a teacher, or a parent, you may be called upon to answer especially difficult questions right now, questions that have no satisfying answers. But this doesn’t mean you can’t form a helpful and honest response.’
Article: HBR – How to be an inclusive leader through a crisis
By Ruchika Tulshyan, April 10, 2020, Harvard Business Review
“Now is a time for leaders to think about what type of leader they need to be for all of their workers, especially the most vulnerable and marginalized,”
Webinar Recording: Speaking Truth to Power: The key to organisational survival with Megan Reitz.
HULT Ashridge Executive Education bring you a free 45 min webinar to explore the value of speaking truth to power when our organisations are facing difficult times and what can be done to facilitate and improve our employees ability to speak up, especially during times of uncertainty – where Speaking Truth to Power is key to organizational survival. Will be updated with recording details once available.
COVID-19: Why and how organisations can learn now to shape the future
This free learning framework is for people and organisations who are interested in learning from new practice today in order to sustain change for tomorrow. Provided by Collaborate CIC.
Blog: Leading Through the Pandemic: Lessons for the NHS
Becky Malby shares seperate video interviews Myron Rogers, Irwin Turbitt and Prof Keith Grint on leadership learning journeys through this pandemic. Includes adaptive and system leadership.
King’s Fund Leadership Hub – Leading through Covid-19
A leadership hub providing support to health and care leaders, whether working in the NHS, social care, public health or the voluntary and independent sector.