The Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on our lives, including in how we work. While incredible efforts of health and care staff and voluntary and community workers were rightly valued and celebrated at the start of the pandemic, the scale of the workforce crisis in health and care continues to present a significant challenge for staff and leaders. Collaborative and inclusive leadership is key to successfully delivering good-quality care, as underlined by the recommendations from the Messenger Review.
Bringing our humanity to the workplace can mean different things to different people, but a greater focus on developing relationships in teams and the practice of collaborative, inclusive and compassionate leadership will be critical in supporting people through recovery from the pandemic. But how can we encourage others to bring their full selves to work at a time of significant challenge?’
The King's Fund's tenth annual leadership and workforce summit provides an established forum for health and care leaders to come together to share their leadership and workforce challenges and to explore practical options to help address them.
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