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Unconventional Careers

Guest Blog by Kirsty Brightwell written for the Unconventional Careers: Open Community Event on 25th March 2021. How did I get here? I didn’t set out to be a doctor, far less …

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Covid-19: why compassionate leadership matters in a crisis

These are the hands That touch us first Feel your head Find your pulse Make your bed   — Michael Rosen, These are the hands: poems from the heart of the NHS1 …

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Project Lift App Changes – notice for all users

March 2021 – Project Lift App Changes The Project Lift App is designed to help you live your leadership potential whatever your role, level, location or organisation. We are always working to …

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Guest Blog – Civility: costs nothing and buys everything – so why do we lose it?

This is a guest blog by Amanda Langsley for our Community  Event on Civility and Leadership.  The event is on Thursday 4th March 2021 where she and Hazel McPhillips  will host a …

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Guest Blog: Ian Findlay – Systems Thinking

It is with deep sadness to share with you that Ian passed away on Friday 5th March 2021.  Ian prepared this blog to stimulate us about the parts we can all play …

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The Reflexive Leader – Bringing reflective practice to life for leaders at all levels

*This post has been updated since the original publication date of  27th September 2019 on projectlift.scot* Project Lift’s own Jenni Jones & Joanne Rafferty hosted a webinar on the Reflective Leader via NHS …

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Peer Reflection – the key to connected leadership across levels, roles and the wider system?

At a time when when most of Scotland is in our second lockdown, when homeschooling has become an additional role for many working parents and carers, when cases numbers are higher now …

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Serve to Lead

Written by David Goodacre,  December 2020 for our Serve to Lead community event, 21st January 2021. “Sound leadership – like true love, to which I suspect it is closely related – is all …

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Collaboration – essential to delivering right outcomes for the people we serve yet we are still not getting it right.

Written by Anna Fowlie,  December 2020 for our Collaboration & Working Across Boundaries event, 10th December 2020. Collaboration has always been important, but over the last 10 months its been both crucial and difficult.  Working …

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Four Collaboration Lessons Learnt and Two Questions to Learn More

Written by Heather Shearer,  December 2020 for our Collaboration & Working Across Boundaries event, 10th December 2020. I spend my working life supporting people in health and social care so they can …

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