News from the health and care community
This is an exapmle of the heuristic approach. In a nutshell, the five steps could be described as: 1 Notice something 2 Imagine something different 3 Try it 4 Notice the difference 5 Repeat
About sixty years ago there was a shift in the academic world – the world of researchers and theorists – away from the scientific paradigm – towards new understandings that grew out of the Humanities and Social Sciences – the fields of linguistics, anthropology,...
How to Listen so People Feel Heard
Listening in order to develop relatedness is a subtle art. This is what makes the difference between a colleague saying, ‘They listened to me’ and ‘I feel they really heard me’.
Beyond the old story of a health and social care divide
What could be possible... A more integrated approach Talent for Care supports a recommendation from the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC). The report advocates a more integrated approach to health and care recruitment. Participants on our programs frequently express...
Looking Forward to…
The team met to share and explore presentations, experiential learning experiences, Narrative Practice with lots of animated conversation
Social Care Day of Remembrance and Reflection
Although the 17th is a day for remembrance and reflection for social care, let it be a time for you too
Workforce Health and Wellbeing – a call to action
A Resounding Call to Action Thank you to everyone who attended the joint Talent for Care; Care England webinar and to our inspirational panellists who made it a tremendous success in terms of our aim and objectives: Aim Our aim is to keep the conversation moving on:...
Health and Workforce Wellbeing: What are you Wondering?
Health and Workforce Wellbeing We would like to thank Care England for their collaboration in creating our webinar Health and Workforce Wellbeing which takes place next Tuesday, February 15th, 11.30 – 12.30. We are also extremely grateful to our panel of...
When you feel the urge to encourage someone in a certain direction, pause before you push!
Reimagining Workforce Wellbeing
Limits, potential, possibility
Key Thoughts following our Workforce Wellbeing Webinar
Key Thoughts • There is no doubt that in the last two years the pandemic had a devastating impact on staff wellbeing and mental health, across health and care. - Nearly two thirds of respondents to a Care England / Talent for Care survey rated staff wellbeing and...
We would like to extend huge thanks to today's guest panel at our very successful webinar 'NO GOING BACK' Prof Martin Green, Chief Exec Care England Irene Gray, Non-exec Director and Coach with a vast Health and Care experience,...
Care – what is and what could be
The pandemic has accelerated the transformation of the discourse Let’s talk more about what can be done differently.
Expand Your Possibilities
speak to Alessandro at TalentForCare.uk to expand your possibilities
Care Worker Wellbeing: Recovery and Beyond
The new care worker wellbeing survey, produced in partnership with Care England has been released highlighting, amongst many other things, the extreme level of staff burnout indicators in both the care and health sector workforce. Over half of respondents reported...
Recovery Champions has been taken up enthusiastically in both the NHS and Social Care with remarkable results.
A focus on workforce wellbeing is good for individuals, teams and organisations
it’s about supporting people through major change
What Next for Peer Support Workers?
It seems certain that the demands on PSWs are about to increase significantly. We have no doubt that they will rise to the challenges ahead. We feel privileged to have been involved in the training, supervision and training of Peer Support Workers in the context of COVID 19 and are committed to walking alongside them on this unpredictable journey.
Our very own Mo Cohen appeared on the Being a Better Leader podcast
Anyone want to hear Mo in conversation with Mike Chitty in the “Be a Better Leader” Podcast?