Stepping Stones special edition - Successful management with new ways of working in social work training
Part of BASW's Taught Skills Development Programme
An interactive session uniquely designed and delivered by Siobhan Maclean and delivered on MS Teams. Suitable for delegates nationwide.
Social work has changed more in the last two years than ever before and yet management advice has largely remined static.
This session will explore the impact of new ways of working on social work and social care teams.
Using the What? why? how? framework the session will explore, what is the impact of new ways of working? Why do we need to adapt our management style and methods? How can we support workers and maintain high standards of practice in these new ways of working?
Siobhan has been a social worker for 30 years and became a practice educator in 1995. Siobhan has worked independently for a number of years. As an independent her work is varied but includes training, devising practice learning resources and consultancy work. Siobhan still very much enjoys working as a practice educator and currently works with a few students a year in an off site capacity.
In 2004 Siobhan was appointed to the position of Secretary of the International Federation of Social Workers, holding this position for eight years. She still maintains close international links and enjoys working to support practice educators in countries where social work education is in the early stages of development.
Siobhan was recently appointed a Visiting Professor at the University of Chester. She is also an Editorial Board member of the Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning.
Siobhan has written widely, mostly around social work theory and critical reflection. She is committed to making the knowledge base accessible to busy practitioners and set up Kirwin Maclean Associates as an independent publishing organisation based on the values and ethics of social work.