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Read the article by Prof Gemma Stacey, Director of Academy at the Florence Nightingale Foundation, and Bethan Davies, Co-Founder of The Bravest Path, on the subject of Daring Greatly and Cultivating Compassion Amongst Newly Registered Nurses and Midwives.
World-class leadership development that’s accessible to every nurse and midwife Every shift, nurses and midwives are leaders of people. So why is leadership development often only available to those in leadership posts? Our partnership with the Florence Nightingale Foundation and NHS England to support every newly registered nurse and midwife with Cultivating Courage webinars continues […]
What is psychological safety? In essence, it’s where people feel like they can experiment without consequences – where they can try things out and suggest ideas without judgement, shame and blame. Being able to turn up, be yourself and feel safe in an environment so that you can do your best. In order to be […]
There is a HUGE myth around perfectionism – so many people believe that their unrealistic high standards are key to their success so far, and therefore letting go of these would cause their performance to slip. This is not about letting go of audacious goals, but about not being defined by the results we achieve. […]
60 members of the DevelopHer community joined The Bravest Path at Qubit in Covent Garden to explore Dr Brené Brown’s research into vulnerability, and courageously lean into the discomfort of uncertainty and how to live brave. The content was taken from our workshops, The Daring Way and Rising Strong and focused on vulnerability; defined as […]
2017 was my bravest year to date. I had a baby, left the corporate world to co-found a business, moved house twice and made a lot of decisions that “weren’t what people usually do.” It was also by far my best year yet – so joyful and a hard year at times, and I’ve learnt […]