Learning at Work week is an annual event in May. It aims to to put a spotlight on the importance and benefits of learning and development at work. This year it takes place from 15th-21st May and the theme is 'Curious & Creative'.
ScOPT are running a series of articles on the website to tie in with Learning at Work week, as well as highlighting appropriate resources each day.
Following on from Gillian Muir's post about supervision, here is a list of useful resources. There will be more articles throughout the week so keep an eye out.
SSSC - Supervision Resources
SSSC - Supervision Learning Resource
Supervision in Social Work - challenges and potential
Blog for international research project on the possibilities and challenges for supervision in social work contexts
Liz Beddoe, Gillian Ruch, Synnove Karvinen-Niinikoski and Ming-Sum Tsui
Achieving effective supervision
Martin Kettle (2013)
Leading Change in Supervision
Ellen Daley and Stuart Muirhead (2015)
Developing best practice in reflective supervision
Research in Practice (2014)
Effective supervision in a variety of settings
Social Care Institute for Excellence (2013)
Effective supervision in social work and social care
John Carpenter, Caroline Webb,Lisa Bostock and Caroline Coomber (2012)
Harmful supervision - considering the problems of power, boundary transgressions, racism, sexism and systemic inadequacy.
Liz Beddoe (2017)
Short Thoughts - what makes for effective supervision?
Gillian Muir (2015)
Supervision: Now or Never, reclaiming reflective supervision in Social Work
Tony Morrison and Jane Wonnacott (2010)
Emotions, social work practice and supervision: an uneasy alliance?
Richard Ingram (2013)
Journal of Social Work Practice, 27:1, 5-19, DOI: 10.1080/02650533.2012.745842
Social work supervision: process or procedure?
Soulmaz Bashirinia, (2013)
How supervision can help care workers improve their practice
Stephen Goulder (2013)
The Social Work Pocket Guide to Effective Supervision
Siobhan Maclean (2012)
Kirwin Maclean Associates