Debate Summary for 01-Nov-2011 on Developing Leadership in Social Work and Social Care

This was yet another excellent and exciting debate @SWSCmedia on Developing Leadership in Social Work and Social Care. We thank everyone who joined the debate and hope you enjoyed it as much…

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Developing Leadership in Social Work and Social Care – Opinion piece by Ermitrude2

The interplay between management and leadership is one that has been milling around in my mind for a while but in the light of the next ‘Twitter Debate’ by SWSCmedia…

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Can social work leadership be effective without evidence?

Effective leadership in mental health social work requires robust evidence about the effectiveness of social work practice and the confidence to articulate it both within the profession and beyond. To…

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Developing Leadership in Social Work – Opinion piece by: Nick Berbiers

‘I don’t know what leadership is. You can’t touch it. You can’t feel it. It’s not tangible. But I do know this: you recognize it when you see it.’ So…

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Developing Leadership in Social Work and Social Care

Social workers are expected to “take responsibility for the professional learning and development of others through supervision, mentoring, assessing, research, teaching, leadership and management.” (SWRB) Professional leadership can offer new…

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Social Work and Media Inaugural Debate on 18 October 2011

First and foremost we would like to thank all those who participated in our inaugural debate and made it such a resounding success. The Social work/social care practitioners, students, academics,…

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Live Twitter Debate on Social Workers’ Role and Professional Identity

Examining the history of social work as well as the prevailing legislation ranging from Family and Children Services to Adults Care and Mental Health Services, social workers are expected to…

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Social Work / Social Care Debates: Learning through Sharing…

Social Work and Social Care Live Twitter Debates: Aimed at bringing Social Work and Social Care practitioners, organisations, academics, researchers, policy makers, users of service and other allied professionals and/or…

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