Health care specialists are undoubtedly the world's heroes right now. Impact HQ’s local NHS Trust asked for some speedy support with bitesized learning nudges, specifically to help on the job with leadership action, work prioritisation, communication overload and quickly assimilating teams. Here's how Impact facilitators responded... Whether you’re a health care worker or not, we hope these transferrable skills films help you too.
Tips for daily team briefings; what to include and how to be inclusive. The aim is to communicate the important stuff concisely – what we did, what we learnt, what we need to do next – enabling the team to remain strong throughout any crisis.
Navigating stormy waters is never easy, and it can take its toll on those steering the ship. Coming together to share the good and the bad can provide a supportive environment in times of need. Here’s some thoughts on leading your daily debrief, a life raft in the perfect storm.
Joining a new team can be daunting at the best of times, but in times of crisis, even more so. People won’t have time to chat and are more likely to just act, rather than spend time explaining. Here are some tips on how to hit the ground running and support your new team from the get-go.
When you have a new team member, it can take a little while for everyone to get comfortable around each other. When you add a new team member in the middle of a crisis, it’s easy for them to get lost amongst the chaos. Here are our tips on how to set them up for success.
Not all leaders are captains, chiefs or managers; acts of leadership can come from anyone, especially in times of crisis. Here are a few ideas on how to embrace your inner leader, develop your own leadership abilities, and when, where and how to put them into practice.
Do the words “Did you get my email?” make your heart sink? Do you have an overflowing inbox of unread emails? These tips on managing your email traffic will enable you to deal with the important things more efficiently.
Amidst the chaos of an ever-changing situation, it is easy to lose your focus and become overwhelmed with what seems to be an insurmountable workload. Here are some suggestions on how to breakdown and prioritise the tasks at hand, while maintaining your own energy and wellbeing.