Are you a leader in waiting?

Davies, Rowenna
September 2010
Community Care;9/30/2010, Issue 1837, p34
The article discusses the significant need of good leadership in the social care sector in Great Britain. A report from the Social Work Inspection Agency in Scotland, which supported the need for good leaders, revealed that local authorities with better leadership delivered better services for users, at the same time, increased morale, confidence and performance among social workers. As a result, the adults' services at Lancashire Council provided its staff with free sessions on leadership.


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