Leadership

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The CIPD Health and Well-being at Work Survey 2018

The 'Health and Well-being at Work' survey by the CIPD, in partnership with Simplyhealth, examines trends in absence and health and well-bei...

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The Key Facets to Wellbeing

The Key Facets to Wellbeing model was developed by Dr Ian Hesketh in 2014 and he summarises the model below: "There are three main tenets...

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Police Mutual Wellbeing Toolkit

In 2014, Police Mutual provided funding to Lancashire Constabulary to develop a Wellbeing Toolkit. Working together with Dr Ian Hesketh, the...

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Compassion at Work Toolkit launched

A ‘Compassion at Work’ Toolkit has been launched this month by the National Forum for Wellbeing at Work. The toolkit was authored by Fi...

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International Journal of Emergency Services publishes special issue on Police Leadership

International Journal of Emergency Services (IJES) provides a platform for the development of scholarship in the management of all emergency...

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Thriving at Work – The Stevenson / Farmer Review

The Stephenson / Farmer Review is an independent review into how employers can better support the mental health of all people currently in e...

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Wellbeing and engagement in policing: the key to unlocking discretionary effort

A paper entitled 'Well-being and engagement in policing: the key to unlocking discretionary effort' written by Dr Ian Hesketh, Prof Cary Co...

‘Valuing the men and women of our emergency services’ – Interview with TV’s Nick Knowles

The Oscar Kilo Team had the chance to speak to TV’s Nick Knowles who told us all about his personal connection through having friends in ...

Discretionary Effort – A paper by Dr Ian Hesketh

Discretionary effort, or extra-role effort as it is sometimes called, is work we get from employees that they don’t necessarily have to gi...

Taking leave of our sickness – a new perspective

During a wellbeing intervention study, Ian Hesketh and Professor Cary Cooper from Lancaster University Management School introduce the conce...