Leading for outcomes
Support and training materials for leading social services staff, and those in related disciplines, to practice in an outcomes-focused way.
Leading for outcomes: children and young people can be used in conjuction with Leading for outomes: a guide. Leading for Outcomes is a series of guides that provide support and training materials to help lead the social services workforce to focus on the outcomes important to people. This guide can be used as a practical tool for leaders to use with staff to promote understanding of an outcomes-focused approach with children and young people.
Leading for outcomes: parental substance misuse can be used in conjuction with Leading for outcomes: a guide. This guide is part of the Leading for Outcomes series and explores an outcomes-focused approach with families for whom parental substance misuse is an issue. Contact Emma Collins for more information.
Leading for outcomes: dementia can be used in conjunction with Leading for outcomes: a guide. This guide seeks to explore how staff can be supported to effectively practice an outcomes-focused approach within the context of dementia. It provides information about dementia including key policies and legislation as well as signposts to other relevant resources. The guide contains a number of exercises, each with supporting training materials for leaders to use and adapt as appropriate.
Leading for outcomes: a guide provides support and training materials for leading social services staff and those in related disciplines to practice in an outcomes-focused way. The guide is aimed at team leaders, managers and those in training roles. It is primarily addressed at those working in adult social care.