Understanding the personal and professional ethics and values that shape the culture of your service.
With so many overlapping pressures facing the health and social care system, and the inequities that many groups continue to experience, kindness and compassion are qualities that can be hard to practice and sustain.As well as deepening your understanding and knowledge of leadership in the health and care system, this course will also help you develop your own practice of kind and compassionate leadership.This programme will enable you to work more effectively in the gap between your commitment and enthusiasm for change and the reality of making things happen within the constraints of your role and wider system prioritie
This guide can help you discover the layers of workplace culture and how to achieve it.
All workplace cultures should have a deeply held set of values that are shared by those working and living in it
Every workplace has its own culture. This is the character and personality of the workplace and it can affect the behaviour and attitudes of employees and those receiving care. This CPD module helps managers to explore the links between vision, values, and culture. It also provides practical tools and techniques that can be used in the day-to-day management of a care environment.This CPD module will help managers to explore the critical links between vision, values and culture, providing practical support to influence change and develop the culture of their service.
Ensuring your workforce are properly supported through a thorough induction reduces the risk of employees feeling out of their depth, in turn reducing their stress and increasing their enjoyment of their job.
A supportive induction helps new team members fit comfortably and safely into your organisation.
Shadowing, mentoring, buddying, peer support, values-based learning and additional training around core skills and specific health conditions can all be included in the induction.
Ethical leadership means that individuals behave according to a set of principles and values that are recognized by the majority as a sound basis for the common good. These include integrity, respect, trust, fairness, transparency, and honesty.
This Value Based Interviewing Skills course is for all staff who have responsibility of recruiting and managing teams. The course supports staff to have a clear understanding of their role in the interview process and supports evidenced based approach to gaining responses.This interview skills course covers the practical skills required in carrying out values-based recruitment to ensure the process is productive and focused to the service needs and meets the values and ethos of the organisation. It covers the different stages of the recruitment process as well as how to conduct an interview effectively to ensure that delegates are able to choose the most appropriate person for the job.
When we are motivated by compassion and wisdom, the results of our actions benefit everyone, not just our individual selves or some immediate convenience.
For leadership to be compassionate, it must also be inclusive. Compassion blurs the boundaries between self and other, promoting belonging, trust, understanding, mutual support and, by definition, inclusion (West 2021). This creates an inclusive, psychologically safe environment in which diversity in all forms is valued and team members can contribute creatively and enthusiastically to team performance.