We’ve all been leading through a pandemic.

But what about leading the first-line health response in one of Scotland’s busiest and most impacted NHS Trusts?

That’s what Heather Knox, CEO of NHS Lanarkshire has been doing.

And she talks about it in today’s podcast.

It’s a thoughtful reflection on what it has taken to lead in a crisis, wave after wave. And the challenge of balancing the immediacy of the task at hand, with helping the Trust prepare for its long term future.

She touches on the need to be fluent in the ways of thinking, acting and being at the leadership level – specifically Cognitive Fluency and Futures Fluency.

These fluencies our outlined in my CEO research report that’s soon to be published. You can sign up to receive it for free here.

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