Thinking about what makes a great leader in social care and aligning values and behaviours towards compassionate and inclusive leadership is essential in helping to create inclusive, effective and collective cultures within teams
Throughout this online short course, you’ll look at your own experiences and case studies from employees and employers around the world to analyse the critical role language use, identity claims, and culture can play in interactions you may have with others in a range of professional settings.
Building and leading compassionate workplaces in health, social care and integrated services. Participants explore the evidence around compassionate leadership, develop their knowledge and practice in this area, and gain new insights to apply immediately in their workplace.
As a leader in social care, compassion is already at the heart of what you do to support the sector and your team.
We are delighted to be able to offer the opportunity, exclusively to registered manager members, to take part in an open cohort of the Compassionate Leadership Footprint programme delivered by Affina Organisational Development (Affina OD), part of the Skills for Care Group.
This is an exclusive offer for Skills for Care’s registered manager members.
The programme takes place between 09:30 – 13:00 on:
This programme is designed for health and care managers and supervisors to help them develop core inclusive leadership skills.
Develop inclusive and compassionate leadership skills to ensure diversity and equality in the health and care industry.
Explore critical perspectives on dying, death, and grief to develop your professional practice or reflect on personal experience.
Dates Starts on 18 Sep 2023 Join by 18 Sep 2023 at 09:00 See more start dates
End of Life Challenges and Palliative Care is led by the University of Glasgow’s End of Life Studies Group, a research and teaching team dedicated to examining end of life issues. This course is supported and approved by the Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh (RCPE), and learners who are members of the RCPE will earn 50 CPD Credits upon completion of this microcredential.
By the end of the 10-week course, you’ll have deepened your own thinking on a range of end of life issues, while gaining the training and credentials you need to work in palliative care.
|Why good leadership is crucial to creating the right culture in a care setting
In this month’s podcast episode, co-host Professor Martin Green OBE, Chief Executive of Care England, explains the difference between leadership and management and highlights why it’s essential that every member of the workforce has a clear vision to work to. Podcast guest Kathryn Smith, Chief Executive of The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), shares her opinion on the role of leadership with regard to retaining good staff and explains how effective leadership can bolster the care workforce.
Working through this course will help you to explore what makes a good leader, recognise common leadership challenges, and identify the skills you need to develop if you want to enhance your own leadership experience.
The Wellbeing Project 2023
BUILDING EXCEPTIONAL LEADERS FROM THE INSIDE OUT
A popular 6-month leadership development programme, designed in partnership with global experts, recently refreshed and delivered by experienced facilitators to develop your knowledge and skills in leadership and management.
The Rosalind Franklin programme will support you to become outstanding innovators, leaders, and team members working across the health and care system, to help improve services for people and communities that access them.
Gain essential leadership skills to help you become a culturally aware manager and lead multicultural teams to success.This microcredential will enable you to build self leadership and emotional intelligence to lead culturally diverse teams. You’ll gain practical and nuanced leadership skills such as conflict management and understanding how to enable communication and collaboration using appropriate leadership styles. These skills are key when managing global virtual teams and multicultural individuals.
This course explores the relationship between stress and organisational change, and the ways in which management can lead with a caring approach in the context of ongoing organisational change in health and social care.