The why and how behind what we do. Thoughts and learning from the Leading to Change teams and our contributors
Demonstrating active allyship through planning and delivery during winter resilience period
Caroline Lamb, NHS Chief Executive and Director General for Health and Social Care highlights how demonstrating active allyship is paramount to ensuring the workforce and people who benefit from care enjoy equal opportunities.
Allyship: Understanding and contributing effectively to an inclusive workplace
In our first Diversity Vlog, Priscilla Chipo Marongwe from the Equality, Diversity and Human Rights team, NHS Education for Scotland, discusses effective allyship in the workplace.
The Role of Leaders in Social Work and Active Allyship
Iona Colvin, Chief Social Work Advisor for the Scottish Government, shares her journey of leadership and her thoughts on changes in social work and how the Scottish Government can support work to tackle racism in the sector.
Attracting Black Talent – An untapped Opportunity to Grow Scotland’s Talent Pool
Fash Fasoro is the founder of The DataKirk SCIO which started in 2019 with the aim of closing both the attainment gap and data divide in Scotland and talks about how Scottish Black Talent represents an enormous opportunity for employers.
Competency is not enough – Creating Safe Spaces to build confidence in leaders at all levels
Sara Dewar, leadership development specialist, leading on the Community Engagement for Leading to Change, shares why creating safe spaces is key to building confidence and competence for leaders at all levels.