AffiliationUniversity of Chester ; Nottingham Trent University
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AbstractThis chapter will analyse supervision of staff in relation to developmental and managerial functions; argue that pressures on social services organisations have ensured that the need for agency accountability far outweighs its developmental function; suggest that the need for professional supervision is greatly enhanced given the development of inter-professional working arrangements; and propose that approaches to supervision can be applied to social work that have first been developed in the health service.
CitationIn M. Lymbery, & K. Postle (Eds.), Social work: A companion for learning (pp. 228-239). London: SAGE, 2007.
DescriptionThis is the author's pdf version of an book chapter published by SAGE© 2007.
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