In the second part of our sixth podcast we talk about recording and the myth that ‘if it isn’t written down, it didn’t happen.’ We look at how recording can empower people, as well as supporting accountability and good practice.
The first part of our sixth podcast is on workload. We take a look at the evidence around how best to manage work. We also look at the impact of targets, and the importance of focusing on outcomes rather than outputs.
In the second part of our fifth podcast we talk about how hotdesking can affect practice. We look at how we can ensure there are appropriate spaces, and appropriate peer and emotional support for social workers.
The first part of our fifth podcast is on the working environment. We take a look at the ethics, theory and evidence around the environment. We look particularly at the atmosphere and spaces that social workers work in, and talk about how we can control and influence the places we work.
The first part of our fourth podcast is on the topic of critical reflection. We take a look at the theory and evidence around using critical reflection, and offer a model for doing good reflection in practice.
Submitted by Geraldine Nosowska on Mon, 05/16/2016 - 10:21
Another month, another two podcasts. Jo Fox and I recorded these following an inspiring day coaching social care managers. We share two topics that are essential to sustainable social work practice: purposefulness and stories.