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Project Lift Progress Report | June 2019 – References in Full

We’re excited to share our first ever Project Lift progress report!  We are thoughtful, pleased and proud to share our ‘story so far’ and look forward having many conversations about how we can celebrate what has already been achieved and collaborate further to achieve more with, and in service of, the wider Health and Care system. 

For those who would like to explore the references within the report, here is the full list as they first appear in the document with the web links.

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Please note these links are correct at time of printing of the report, June 2019 and Project Lift does not accept any responsibility for the content of any external links and any queries or concerns should be reported to the administration of the relevant site. 

  1. The Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework  click here
  2. Scottish Government (April 2019) Report to the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport into Cultural Issues related to allegations of Bullying and Harassment in NHS Highland. click here
  3. Commission on the future delivery of public services (29th June 2011) (“The Christie Report”) click here  
  4. Peter Senge, Hal Hamilton and John Kania (Winter 2015) The Dawn of System Leadership, Stanford Social Innovation Review. click here
  5. Audit Scotland (2018) NHS in Scotland 2018 click here
  6. Audit Scotland (2018) Health and social care integration: update on progress click here 
  7. Scottish Government (December 2016) Health & Social Care Delivery Plan click here
  8. Myron Rogers, “Myron’s Maxims”. click here 
  9. Nick Petrie (2014) Future Trends in Leadership Development, Center for Creative Leadership click here 
  10. Margaret Wheatley (2009) Turning to One Another: simple conversations to restore hope to the future, p.26 click here 
  11. Project Lift – Talent Management  click here 
  12. Reference to: Myron Rogers’ work on organisational phenomena.
  13. Reference to: Henry Timms & Jeremy Heimans (2018) New Power click here
  14. The King’s Fund (2018) Transformational change in health and care: reports from the field click here 
  15. Scottish Government (2019) Personalising Realistic Medicine: Chief Medical Officer for Scotland’s Annual Report, 2017-18 click here 
  16. See for example: “assets-based community development” click here 
  17. Hilary Cottam (2018) Radical help: how we can remake the relationships between us and revolutionise the Welfare State. Virago click here 
  18. Amy Edmondson (2019) The Fearless Organisation: creating psychological safety in the workplace for learning, innovation and growth. Harvard Business School click here
  19. Julia Unwin (2018) Kindness, emotions and human relationships: the blind spot in public policy. Carnegie UK Trust, p.38 click here 
  20. Michael West, Regina Eckert, Ben Collins & Rachna Chowla (May 2017) Caring to change: how compassionate leadership can stimulate innovation in healthcare, The King’s Fund click here 
  21. Michael West & Suzie Bailey (28th May 2019) “Five myths of compassionate leadership” – blog. The King’s Fund. click here
  22. Health & Social Care Academy (2019) Exploring Courageous Leadership, p.11  click here
  23. Peter Senge, Hal Hamilton and John Kania (Winter 2015) The Dawn of System Leadership, Stanford Social Innovation Review.  click here
  24. Health & Social Care Alliance Scotland / Health & Social Care Academy (2016) Five provocations for the future of health and social care, p.11 click here 
  25. Edgar Schein (2013) Humble Inquiry. Berrett-Koehler Publishers. click here 
  26. Brené Brown (2018) Daring to lead: Brave work. Tough conversation. Whole heart. Vermilion click here 
  27. Workforce Scotland: Collective Leadership  click here 
  28. Sue Goss (2015) Systems Leadership: a view from the bridge. OPM. click here 
  29. Michael West, Regina Eckert, Katy Steward and Bill Pasmore (2014) Developing Collective Leadership for Healthcare. click here 
  30. R.A. Heifetz & D.L. Laurie (1997) ‘The Work of Leadership’, Harvard Business Review, Jan-Feb, pp124-134 click here
  31. Wendy Smith, Marianne W. Lewis and Michael L. Tushman (2016) “Both/And” Leadership, Harvard Business Review, May issue, pp. 62-70. click here 
  32. Shirley Rogers, Chief People Officer Health & Social Care, Scottish Government, October 2017 – no web link available.
  33. Otto Scharmer (2019) Vertical literacy: reimagining the 21st century university. click here
  34. Deborah Rowland (2017) Still Moving: how to lead mindful change. Wiley-Blackwell click here 
  35. Michael Gervais (2nd May 2019) How to stop worrying about what other people think of you, Harvard Business Review. click here 
  36. Julian Stodd (2016) The Social Leadership Handbook, 2nd edition. Sea Salt Learning click here 
  37. Deborah Rowland (October 2016) Why Leadership Development Isn’t Developing Leaders, Harvard Business Review click here 
  38. Cathy Sharp (2018) Collective Leadership: where nothing is clear and everything keeps changing. Workforce Scotland & Research for Real click here 


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