The Horizons team features many influential Twitter users. This curates a wealth of insights, knowledge, and information about transformation in health and care from other thought leaders across the world. (Tip: to read an article or watch a video mentioned in a tweet, click on the blue text. To view the original tweet, click on the image).

#TestingMethods2020

During the past week the Horizons team has been supporting the effort to achieve 100k Covid tests a day by the end of April by facilitating ideas and solutions to a range of challenges. Our colleague Bev explains more in her blog post. To view the solutions sourcing platform, click here.

#Caring4OurPeople

This week we held the second wellbeing webinar. Follow the thread. You can also view the recording of the session and see the slides here. 

Next week's webinar will be held on 22 April, and will be on the topic of recovery. Find more information and joining details.

A lot of learning has been posted on Twitter on learning from the pandemic & moving to the recovery phase. Sonja Blignaut posted a great article: reflecting on complexity, chaos and covid-19.

Wellbeing

A great thought for the week.

Helen's friend in New York @DrDamara1 sent her this picture. She isn't sure of the source of it. It's helpful for self reflecting - what sort of leaders do we want to be during the #Covid19 response & what behaviours do we need to get there?

Useful ideas for not taxing your brain more than is necessary:

#VirtualCollaboration

Research shows that people who are working remotely are less motivated than those working face to face & those who have no choice but to work remotely are often the least motivated. How to keep your virtual team motivated, based on evidence: 

Helen has been a big fan of @julianstodd and his work on trust and social leadership for many years. Now he's created a brilliant "Remote working survival guide" - we can download the whole eBook for free:  it just needs an email address. 

Diversity and Inclusion

Some people are saying that there's no time for "usual" practices such as embracing diversity & inclusion as we deal with the #Covd19 emergency. They're wrong. History shows us that inclusive leadership is even more important during a crisis. Read the article:

Leadership

What people need from their leaders in a crisis as they adapt from overcoming early shock to helping to build a brighter future. Read the paper.

The term "empowerment" is losing its power. "Empowerment" is problematic because it starts with a presumption that one who empowers has the power to begin with and grants it to others, which reinforces the sense of power & control. Read more.

Millions of people in the UK have joined mutual aid groups to support people in their local communities during the #Covid19 pandemic. It's a global phenomenon. Here's an article via Stanford @SSIReview that sees learning & implications for the longer term:

And finally...

A relatable graphic.