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There are many leadership, sector and programme resources available to read, watch and engage with and links to find out more from internal and external sources. Search by sector or topic.

Self-Care and Wellbeing: A Practical Guide for Health and Social Care
Self-Care and Wellbeing: A Practical Guide for Health and Social Care

This is an online course brought to you by the University of Edinburgh and the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. It is designed for staff working in health, social care and social work interested in improving their overall wellbeing or seeking support with managing repeated or extreme stress.

A woman standing in front of SASW logo. The Social Work Professional Support Service An opportunity for social workers to support - and be supported by - colleagues across the profession.
SASW’s Social Work Professional Support Service

This free and confidential service, designed by and for social workers, is an opportunity to reflect and talk through any personal and professional challenges you might be facing – to find solutions and ways forward – and be supported through this process by a volunteer coach who is also a social worker.

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SSSC’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Resources

The Scottish Social Services Council's dedicated page on equality, diversity and inclusion. It includes resources, links and guidance relating to SSSC's role as the regulator for the social service workforce in Scotland.

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Video: When rudeness in teams turns deadly

This video features Dr Chris Turner. It is shared here as published on TEDx. This is a recommended resource relating to the Leading to Change Community Event: Having challenging conversations with respect.

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Podcast: How to Have Difficult Conversations

This podcast was produced by Simon Sinek and it features David Harris. It is a recommended resource relating to the Leading to Change Community Event: Having challenging conversations with respect

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Article: How to Handle Difficult Conversations at Work

This article was written by Rebecca Knight and is shared here as published in the Harvard Business Review. Recommended reading relating to the Leading to Change Community Event: Having challenging conversations with respect

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Podcast: Sleep Tips to Increase Longevity and Improve Health

This podcast is produced by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee and it features Professor Matthew Walker. It is a recommended resource relating to the Leading to Change Community Event: Resilience in pressured and challenging times.

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Watch: Resilience resources for social work and social care workers

These resources were collected by Iriss, Social Work Scotland and the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC). It is a recommended resource relating to the Leading to Change Community Event: Resilience in pressured and challenging times.

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Whitepaper: The paradox of pressure

This whitepaper was written by Dane Jensen and is shared here as published in ThirdFactor.com. It is a recommended resource relating to the Leading to Change Community Event: Resilience in pressured and challenging times

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Video: Why you should bring your whole self to work 

This video features Dan Clay and is part of The Way We Work, a TED series. It is a recommended resource, linked to the Leading to Change Community Event: Bringing your authentic self to work

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Podcast: Working with Authenticity

This podcast is produced by Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis. It is recommended listening, linked to the Leading to Change Community Event: Bringing your authentic self to work

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Blog: Why you should be yourself at work

This blog was written by Bev Attfield and it is recommended reading, linked to the Leading to Change Community Event: Bringing your authentic self to work

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