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To support managers in their role, we have created these toolkits that cover a wide range of topics, including recruitment and health and wellbeing.  Our toolkits are packed full of information, tips, and offer practical support to help you in your role as a manager. 

 

 

 

Resource Description
  Ambulance workforce 
 Head First This resource is organised into themed sections to support mental wellness, resilience and recovery. Whether you’re looking for self care, to find out how you can support a colleague or wish to find out more for your organisation, the head first tool is a great place to start.  Throughout this resource when we refer to mental health we’re talking about your overall mental wellbeing, so how you think, feel and behave. 
  Health and wellbeing 
Emotional wellbeing toolkit

This easy to use resource has been developed with NHS staff to help bridge a gap in understanding
and enable us to talk openly and regularly about emotional health, assess the impact emotional wellbeing has on ourselves, our colleagues and on our patients and enable us to action plan to enable more good days than bad.

NICE Health and wellbeing toolkit This toolkit, endorsed by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), aims to support
the NHS to improve staff health and wellbeing by providing practical tips and step-by-step information
 on implementing the six pieces of NICE workplace guidance.

Sickness absence toolkit Use our toolkit, which aims to support and give NHS managers confidence so that they can in turn, support their staff and manage sickness absence well.

  Recruitment 
Inspire, attract and recruit toolkit Our interactive toolkit has been developed for HR professionals, recruitment teams and managers in the NHS to help you inspire, attract and recruit your future workforce.
Tools for values based recruitment This helpful check list will identify areas of strengths which you can use to create a values based recruitment action list.
Values based recruitment behaviour framework The behaviour framework has a range of uses, including as scoring criteria for interviews or for appraisal processes.
Think Future Managers toolkit

Use our toolkit, which  contains advice, tools and resources to help you recruit young people, support them to stay in their roles and enable them to become a valuable asset to your organisation and the wider NHS.

DBS check eligibility tool

The resource will take you through a series of questions to determine the level of check that applies to a particular position.

New employment checks cross-referencing tool

Our employment checks cross-referencing tool has been designed and tested with employers to highlight which documents can be used across each of the checks. 

   Staff experience
People performance management toolkit This toolkit provides practical support to help you deal confidently with performance management challenges such as managing under-performing staff, reviewing performance and giving constructive feedback.
Improving staff retention: Flexible working This guide explores how to build a business case for flexible working and includes best practice, practical tips and resources to help you implement flexible working successfully.
Draw the line: raising concerns manager's toolkit  The draw the line guide for managers has been developed to provide clarity on the role of a manager and to help you empower your staff to raise concerns. 
Being an engaging line manager  This guidance will help to focus on what behaviours are important for people management. Even if you don’t regard yourself as a natural ‘people person’, remember that behaviours can be learned, and that practice makes perfect.
  Culture change 
DoOD App and Culture change tool This model helps practitioners to build capability. It is a tool for reflection and self assessment, giving you the opportunity to identify your strengths and the areas you'd like to work on.

 

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