Leading Work with Young People

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Leading Work with Young People provides a selection of writing from a complex and dynamic field of work. The editors bring together key readings and newly commissioned material to present a variety of theoretical and practical perspectives on leading and managing work with young people. The book will equip students with the knowledge, skills, values, and principles required for successful qualification as a worker in the field. Key topics include understanding leadership; supervision; multi-agency work; and managing change.
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Table of Contents

Introduction - Roger Harrison, Cathy Benjamin, Sheila Curran and Rob Hunter
What is Leadership - Michele Erina Doyle and Mark K Smith
The Accidental Leader - Michael Bracey
Youth Work and the Changing Policy Environment for Young People - Howard Williamson
Ethics, Accountability and the Shaping of Youth Work Practice - Kenneth McCulloch
Leading and Managing Anti-oppresive Youth Work - Harriet Gore
The Active Involvement of Young People - Bill Badham and Tim Davies
Crossing the Divide: School-based Youth Work - Tony Jeffs
The Impact of Community Cohesion on Youth Work - Paul Thomas
Managing People - Mike Hudson
Towards a Learning Culture - Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet
Using Supervison - Neil Thompson
Stucturing Support and Supervision for Different Contexts - Hazel L Reid
Managing Change - Mike Hudson
Influencing Skills - Neil Thompson
'Getting Better all the Time': A Case Study of Leading and Managing Change - Bryan Merton, Rob Hunter and Harriet Gore
Linking Partnerships and Networks - Alison Gilchrist
Partnership Working in the Voluntary and Community Sector - Vipin Chauhan
Managing in Integrated Services - Rob Hunter with Dee Hammerson and Dee Trewick
Organising the Daily Round - Mark K Smith and Tony Jeffs
Recognising and Recording the Impact of Youth Work - Bryan Merton, Hilary Comfort and Malcolm Payne
Reclaiming the Evaluation Agenda - Gersh Subhra
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