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Leading Work with Young People

Leading Work with Young People

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August 2007 | 312 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
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.

Leading Work with Young People is a student-friendly and engaging text which examines the leadership roles which practitioners take on as members of teams, organizations, and interagency partnerships. The book is an essential text for all those studying for qualification in work with young people and for those who wish to extend their understanding of the field. It is also an invaluable resource for experienced professionals and practice supervisors working with young people in statutory or voluntary organizations.
Roger Harrison, Cathy Benjamin, Sheila Curran and Rob Hunter
Michele Erina Doyle and Mark K Smith
What is Leadership
Michael Bracey
The Accidental Leader
Howard Williamson
Youth Work and the Changing Policy Environment for Young People
Kenneth McCulloch
Ethics, Accountability and the Shaping of Youth Work Practice
Harriet Gore
Leading and Managing Anti-oppresive Youth Work
Bill Badham and Tim Davies
The Active Involvement of Young People
Tony Jeffs
Crossing the Divide: School-based Youth Work
Paul Thomas
The Impact of Community Cohesion on Youth Work
Mike Hudson
Managing People
Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet
Towards a Learning Culture
Neil Thompson
Using Supervison
Hazel L Reid
Stucturing Support and Supervision for Different Contexts
Mike Hudson
Managing Change
Neil Thompson
Influencing Skills
Bryan Merton, Rob Hunter and Harriet Gore
'Getting Better all the Time': A Case Study of Leading and Managing Change
Alison Gilchrist
Linking Partnerships and Networks
Vipin Chauhan
Partnership Working in the Voluntary and Community Sector
Rob Hunter with Dee Hammerson and Dee Trewick
Managing in Integrated Services
Mark K Smith and Tony Jeffs
Organising the Daily Round
Bryan Merton, Hilary Comfort and Malcolm Payne
Recognising and Recording the Impact of Youth Work
Gersh Subhra
Reclaiming the Evaluation Agenda

`This is the first book about managing youth work for a very long time and is very welcome. The book will help the developing practitioner become better equipped to lead youth work that is soundly informed by their professional values. It will also be a valuable source for more experienced practitioners wanting to dip in for some analytical sustenance for their daily youth work management' - Mary Tyler, Principal Lecturer, De Montfort University

Good, clear book which focuses on the main concepts surrounding the topic.

Mrs Laetitia Mayne
Education, Duchy College
March 31, 2021

This book is an interesting read - well laid out easy to read - but not suitable for Education students. Will pass on to colleagues.

Mrs Davina Balls
Teacher Training, Great Yarmouth College
November 21, 2015

Excellent book especially for Youth Studies. I particularly found the active involvement of young people chapter and specifically the participation section very appropriate. Very appropriate course reader for us.

Ms Dee Kearney
Social Studies, Liberties College
February 5, 2014

This text covers all bases for our students studying in the field of youth and community work. It is a text that can be utilised for the whole module and students have found it a useful text offering a good foundation and introduction to informed, inclusive decision making.

Mrs Hayley Rowlings
Society, Health and Childhood, Blackpool and the Fylde College
April 10, 2012

A great book, well laid out with a cohesive flow of relevant information. Each chapter can be read independently as a self contained reader on specific issues. Examples given are practice specific and therefor meaningful to students.

Mr Ben Tawil
child family and society, Glyndwr University
January 4, 2011

This text is one for students who are inexperienced in youth work and do not have a grounding in the guiding principles and practices of youth work currently. It offers a balanced and accessible introduction to the issues facing youth and community workers, by its well written straight forward language and presentation.

Mrs Kate Thackeray
Social Science , Worcester University
April 21, 2010

USed in level 5 Academic and professional development.

Mrs Wendy Bannerman
Childhood and Youth, Northampton University
March 15, 2010

Roger Harrison

Cathy Benjamin

Sheila Curran

Rob Hunter

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ISBN: 9781412946049