Resources linking to training resources provided in response to the Coronavirus response in Scotland.
Blog post – Why We Need a Movement to Make Work More Fun By: Joost, Corporate Rebels, published 2nd August 2020 ‘Leaders do not intentionally create disengaged workplace cultures. A toxic workplace culture rather emerges accidentally all by itself and takes advantage of all employees infected by it.’ Topics: Training Resources, Leadership, Change and Innovation Time: 11 mins […]Read more
Article – Creating Space for Conversations By: Allison Trimble, The Kings Fund, published 19th May 2020 ‘When people are stressed and anxious, creating a shared, safe space to keep thinking and to maintain and develop relationships with colleagues is important.’ Topics: Training Resources, Kindness and Compassion in Times of Crisis, Self Care for Individuals and Teams, Leadership, […]Read more
New Report – Building Back for the Better: A perspective from CUKT By: Carnegie UK Trust, published 23rd July 2020 ‘As society embarks on the process of recovery, we believe there is a collective responsibility to use what we have learned not just to repair the immediate damage but to also consider our how to […]Read more
Blog post – How to ride a bike – Where courage comes from By: Dan Rockwell from Leadership Freak, published 28th July 2020 ‘Between theory and practice is anxiety. It’s comfortable learning about riding a bike, even exciting. But, getting on the seat for the first time takes courage.’ Topics: Training Resources, Leadership, Change and […]Read more
Blog post – The immediate crisis is passing: we need to build back better from the ground up By: Collaborate CIC, published 25th June 2020 ‘As we have written previously, this ‘in-between’ stage offers a unique opportunity to think about what we reinstate, what new things we take forward with us, what needs to end, and what […]Read more
Virtual Ashridge 1 year subscription – Free Brought to you by Project Lift By: Project Lift Comms Team, published 13th July, Project Lift mailing list/social media We have teamed up with HULT Ashridge to invite anyone who leads a team to explore their online development platform, Virtual Ashridge (VA), so you can access a wide […]Read more
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.
NES: Remote Consulting – Resources and guidance to help practitioners Remote consulting reduces the risk of being exposed to COVID-19 infection for both patients and clinicians. It can be used for suspected COVID-19 consultations, and to maintain normal services, especially for patients in high-risk groups. Clinicians can use remote consulting to work from home, which […]Read more
NHS Education for Scotland (NES) has collected learning resources supplied by NHS Health Boards to support staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. This website contains educational resources and materials provided by individual NHS Boards. The materials and resources are housed on this site at the request of the NHS Boards to enable easy access to them […]Read more