Managing staff

This area contains information about working with staff members such as policies, procedures and ways of working that support positive working relationships and development.

Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost no     Aims: To improve relationships between supervisors and supervisees To improve outcomes for service users     Description: The attached is a supervision policy that is based on ‘Critical Reflection’, which was advocated in the Munro Report as achieving best outcomes for service users. Staff members are provided the opportunity to discuss events…
Age:  n/a Sex:  n/a Cost:  n/a     Aims: Ensure that there is a specific process in place to support restorative justice practitioners Ensure that there is a specific process in place to support staff that undertake restorative practices such as conferences on an occasional basis     Description:The attached supervision framework has been created to support managers to ensure…
Summary: The Youth Justice and Family Intervention Service in Tower Hamlets has adopted a model of reflective group supervision aiming to create space to develop systemic understanding of complex YOT cases. Age:  n/a Sex: n/a Cost: n/a     Description:The Youth Justice and Family Intervention Service in Tower Hamlets (YJFIS) has adopted a model of reflective group supervision. The model…
Summary:  Attached is a copy of the supervision policy and template used in Camden YOS with case managers. Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost: n/a     Aims: Ensure consistent policy and process for case managers supervision. Discuss diversity issues for each children on their case load, with a focus on disproportionality.     Description: Attached below is a word document,…