Designed for:

All staff irrespective of role or service

What type of training is it?

Self-directed learning - approximately 1 hour

Overview:

Belonging is central to me. Belonging is central to we. We can only belong in our teams and communities when we fully accept all of ourselves. Belonging is a basic human need and is fundamental in all of our lives. I will share my personal story and the Great Britain women’s hockey team story through the lens of belonging. Together we will explore the psychological tools we used to help us see our whole self and thrive. As athletes we learnt how to manage our state and own our super strengths. These skills were as valuable to me now as they were then and I hope they will help you on your own journey of self acceptance and belonging. When coupled with an empowered team driven culture, we were able to create a team where everyone had value, everyone had worth and everyone played a vital role. I will demonstrate how team cultures with aligned visions, values and behaviours are key to the success of both ‘me’ and ‘we’. 30-minute speech followed by a 30 minute Q&A

Collective reflections

Designed for:

All staff irrespective of role or service

What type of training is it?

Self-directed learning - approximately 30 minutes

Course overview:

Questions and discussion starters

Many teams will have already thought about the things suggested in this guidance and will be using some of these ideas. This guidance is designed to complement rather than replace what is already happening. Some of the suggestions below would work well as a focus for the whole team and others are more suited for use in a one-to-one or as personal reflection.

Designed for:

All staff irrespective of role or service

What type of training is it?

Self-directed learning - approximately 30 minutes

Learning outcomes:

  • To understand what moral injury is
  • To raise awareness of moral injury and its implications for our colleagues
  • To explore how we can prepare and support our colleagues to deal with events that may cause moral injury

Designed for:

All staff irrespective of role or service

What type of training is it?

Self-directed learning - approximately 1 hour

Overview:

Creating compassionate and inclusive working environments through collective leadership. The focus of this interactive will be on how we treat each other, and create a sense of belonging for all of our colleagues. Recognising that the last 18 months have been hard in a range of ways for everyone, and colleagues from a black, Asian or ethnic minority background have experienced a particular intensity to these difficulties. We would like to create a space for colleagues to share experiences and recognise that what came before Covid didn’t work for everyone – there has been long-standing unfairness and disparity. We will be focusing on the support that is available for us to do better, and what we can each do as individuals to demonstrate compassionate leadership to one another.