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Self-leadership - recognising, exercising and improving own leadership.

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The resources in this section have been grouped under the six leadership capabilities, jointly agreed between health and social care.

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Leadership exchanges.

NHS Education for Scotland (NES)

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This module is intended to resource those in leadership roles with fresh skills, resources and understanding of the approaches, styles and theories of leadership that can effectively support the integration of mixed-professional teams. It should...

NHS Lothian

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GoodPractice provides a wide range of resources on leadership, strategy development, management and personal development.

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The purpose of the leadership and management zone learning site is to provide all health and social care staff across Scotland with an easy point of access to a range of development resources about leadership and management. You might currently be...

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The Medical Leadership Competency Framework (MLCF) was developed by the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement and the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. Visit the FMLM website for more information.

NHS Education for Scotland (NES)

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Explore the range of digital programmes,  tools and resources available to  leaders and managers at all stages of their careers develop,  learn and excel in their roles.

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Learn the key differences between leadership and management with this infographic published on the GoodPractice.net website.

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The Leadership Capability Feedback Tool is designed to help health and social care professionals reflect on their leadership capabilities and identify strengths and areas for development.

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