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The People Plan Unconference held this week involved more than 200 people who gathered to generate ideas, share learning and support the implementation of the NHS People plan. The entire agenda was co-created by participants. Thank you to everyone who attended.
Not only is today Valentines Day, it is also #LoveYourMidwife day. Today we are sharing our own stories and also listening to the stories of midwives and their profession, click on the hashtag to follow!
The next Ageing Well event is being planned for 10th March in London and facilitated by our own Helen Bevan. To find out more, book your place and keep up to date with activities and opportunities join the #AgeingWell platform by emailing email@example.com
#ProjectA ran another virtual improvement session this week; it was about the staff wellbeing collaborative and was joined by a lot of trusts! Thank you to the speakers, and everyone who joined. Stay tuned to hear about more improvement zooms.
As more of our meetings become virtual, how can we read the virtual room?
What the team has been up to
Culture and Teams
Our brains perform much better when in a positive mode, fab sketchnote by Hayley Lewis about the happy secret to better work.
Unless we know what makes our colleagues tick, we're unlikely to ever become a high-performing team. Turns out emotion does have a place at work.
We always say "it's okay to fail" but we must take action from failing and learn from the mistakes.
The circle of competence is a key concept for improvement leaders and change agents.
Helen accepted the challenge to Work out Loud (#wol); this week's is shown below.
Senior leadership teams can really aid a team to thrive, but they can also get in their own way and hold back progress. Here are four features that define great leadership teams.