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Suzie Bailey and Michael West share why leaders need to plan and make space for innovation as we come out of the pandemic but that they must also provide support and space for people to heal first.
Covid-19 recovery and resilience: what can health and care learn from other disasters? The King’s Fund share insights and four priorities for attention and action if we are to recover from the pandemic successfully.
Some ideas for family activities in school holidays, weekends and even if you don’t have children.
Project Lift’s own Jenni Jones & Joanne Rafferty hosted a webinar on the Reflexive Leader via NHS Education for Scotland’s Leadership Links series
‘When people are stressed and anxious, creating a shared, safe space to keep thinking and to maintain and develop relationships with colleagues is important.’
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 …
Compassion and compassionate leadership al lavoro Università LUMSA Streamed live on Nov 30, 2020 Professor Michael West from The Kings Fund is the guest speaker on this international webinar from Universita LUMSA, …
‘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 make our economic, social and democratic structures fit for the future.’ Carnegie UK Trust
‘When people are stressed and anxious, creating a shared, safe space to keep thinking and to maintain and develop relationships with colleagues is important. This by Allison Trimble from The Kings Fund, and was first published 19th May 2020
Five ways to work well from home, Eleanor Lawrie & Sara Parry from BBC News, explore five ways to find the best way to stay efficient and keep your spirits up