Help with supporting my team

Thank you for all you are doing as a manager to support staff.  We know that the support that you give your staff can have a big impact on their wellbeing and make a difference to the work they do.

This page provides links to information and resources that can help you in supporting your staff during these unprecedented times.

How can I best support my staff?

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What can I do to build and sustain a strong team?

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Where can I get help and support for myself?

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Protecting the psychological wellbeing of staff and teams for managers and team leaders

“Protecting the psychological wellbeing of staff and teams for managers and team leaders” is a 30 minute emodule. It aims to help you understand evidence based practice which supports the wellbeing of teams and individuals during and after a crisis. 

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The newly established Staff Support Psychology Service is currently hosting remote Information for Managers sessions which covers the key dimensions of staff support within the Fife Health and Social Care Partnership.

The 45 minute Information for Managers sessions are designed to provide you with information that may assist you in supporting your team (and/or individuals) to cope and recover in times of crisis. The sessions focus on the importance of creating compassionate and supportive cultures within healthcare settings, as well as providing information on what helps following collective trauma and crisis. The sessions will provide information about local and national supports for staff.

NEW DATES

Tuesday 10th August 10.00 – 10.45

Tuesday 17th August 11.00 – 11.45

Monday 23rd August 11.00 – 11.45

Tuesday 31st August 11.00 – 11.45

If you would like further information please contact fife.psychologyprojectteam@nhs.scot 

Holding yourself in mind

Please do remember that you will be better able to support your team if you hold your own needs in mind and feel supported yourself.  Talking to a trusted colleague or manager can make all the difference.  If you feel it would help to talk to someone outside of your team click here .

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