Resilience – it’s not just about surviving the current shake-up in the public sector, it’s about encouraging people to use pressure in a positive way to maintain peformance, and being prepared for whatever the future may hold, says Ben Moss
Life as a public sector employee – whether a leader, manager or on the frontline, is changing fast. Where there was certainty, there is uncertainty; where (generally) there were enough people to do the job, there are shortages; where there was clarity around roles, the way employees see themselves is now being challenged and post-redundancies “survivor guilt” is a real risk.
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