Working with Human Service Organisations
Oxford University Press
Publication Date :
14 Jul 2016
2 Rev ed
Working with Organisations teaches students to find a balance between working with clients and their employing agency. It will show students how to constructively, collaboratively and ethically engage within the organisational structure by providing them with the tools to advocate for professional values.The second edition uses an interdisciplinary introduction to working effectively with employing agencies appropriate for students across the human services industry.New to this edition:New and updated case scenarios and examples help students visualise restraints and opportunities they may encounter when working with organisations.Improved navigation includes signposting, chapter aims and an expanded table of contents.New chapters on structure for Supervision and Management, Leading and Managing, and Collaborative and Integrated Practice.Updated 'Stop and Think' questions encourage students to reflect on the implications for effective practice.Critically Reflective Practice encourages students to use critical thinking to understand and explain the implications for effective practice.