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‘Ordinary Leadership’ – Using creativity and collaboration to explore what it means to care

‘Ordinary Leadership’ – Using creativity and collaboration to explore what it means to care

Tom Bell, a Wellbeing Administrator for the Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service, reflects on his own sense of ‘ordinary leadership’ and how it enables him, as a non-clinician, to connect with people’s lived experience and create more possibilities for care every day.

What are we seeing?

What are we seeing?

As we publish our ‘A year of being Here’, our annual report 2015-2016, Zoe Nicholson, Chief Executive of Here, shares the questions we feel are important to ask ourselves about our health care system.

What storytelling means to me

What storytelling means to me

Jenny Catling is supporting a project to grow Here’s culture of storytelling in order to help us explore better ways of connecting with and serving our community.

Not feeling listened to
Image from Meaning Conference 2016 by Clive Andrews https://www.flickr.com/photos/meaningconf/31020585046

Not feeling listened to

Becky Few, Patient Care Advisor in the Diabetes Care For You service, shares reflections on how we can support each other to feel more listened to inside and outside the workplace.

Stepping towards empathy

Stepping towards empathy

Carmen Richardson, Patient Care Advisor for Sussex MSK Partnership Central, shares her experience of walking in another person’s shoes and what it had to teach her about the power of listening to others.

Why being a Social Enterprise matters to Here

Why being a Social Enterprise matters to Here

Zoe Nicholson, Peter Devlin and Carla Gilfoyle share why being a Social Enterprise matters to Here and to our purpose: Care Unbound.

Working with a social enterprise – my best career decision

Working with a social enterprise – my best career decision

Tamsin Bishton works as a freelancer with the Circus team. Here she reflects on what she loves about working with a social enterprise – and the value of the opportunity to work on the things that matter to her.

Working with meaning

Working with meaning

Zoe Nicholson, Chief Executive of Here, shares how we at Here have been cultivating mindfulness as part of way of working together and how it has helped us define our contribution to the people we serve.

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