The social recovery portfolio

Ch.1: Understanding Social Recovery reportThis chapter discusses social recovery leadership from within a central government agency based in the disaster affected region. It gives an overview of the psychosocial recovery framework, key leadership skills, and core values. This chapter will help you understand recovery leadership as a challenge and opportunity, and consider the skills and value necessary to lead your recovery.

It wasn’t about what you do ‘in recovery’. It was actually about what is right to do. What you should do.

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