Leadership for Integration (LfI) is addressing an appetite for leadership support for health and social care integration in Scotland to provide health and social services professionals with the skills and knowledge to collaborate across the integration agenda effectively.
The programme is offered in partnership by NHS Education for Scotland, the Scottish Social Services Council and the Royal College of General Practitioners (Scotland) and has been running since 2016’.
You as a Collaborative Leader (YaCL) is a programme for health and social services professionals working in integration, to develop the skills and knowledge to lead effectively across integrated settings where effective collaboration is essential.
YaCL is designed to help you recognise your own leadership strengths and sources of resilience and how you can best use these to lead change more collaboratively and effectively to deliver health and social care integration.
With a mixture of personal coaching, peer thinking and group workshop sessions, it is designed specifically to support you to increase your self-awareness as a leader, create greater presence, influence more effectively and have greater impact as a collaborative leader.
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Feedback from previous participants on the programme
I thoroughly enjoyed the course and meeting such a diverse range of other people from other sectors. It helps to know that we are all experiencing the same situations and require the same learning to work together effectively.
Currently dealing with significant challenges and although possibly now under more pressure, managing better due to my learning from the course.
YaCL is designed to help you recognise your own leadership strengths and support you to create greater presence, influence more effectively and have greater impact as a collaborative leader.
The programme is completed over approximately four months and involves:
4 half-day workshops focusing on leadership capabilities for health and social care integration. There will be some content on the vision for integrated care, and on people, contexts and systems that impact on leadership actions.
3 x 2-hour small group Peer Thinking sessions to deepen your learning (one at the start, middle and end of the programme).
1 x 1:1 coaching session to consolidate your reflective practice.
You will also be given access to a range of resources including a 360 degree tool to help assess your leadership capability.
Based on your reflective logs you will be encouraged to build a tailored personal development plan to help you sustain your learning in practice.