Skills for care endorsed continuing professional development (CPD) modules aimed at registered managers and other managers currently working in adult social care services.
For those looking to take their first steps into a management role and build their leadership capability. Lead to Succeed is designed for aspiring managers, such as senior care workers and team leaders, who want to progress into a management position. It complements the new Manager Induction Standards and Level 4 Certificate in Principles of Leadership and Management in Adult Social Care.
This CPD module will help managers to explore the performance management cycle, recognise that people perform differently and utilise tools and techniques available. Unlike undertaking formal qualifications, which can often feel like a solitary process, this CPD module connects managers with their peers.
This CPD module will help managers to tackle isolation, manage time, build resilience and ensure wellbeing. It will look at techniques and tools which can support managers to self-manage and understand when and how behaviours can influence and impact on others.
This CPD module will help managers to explore the critical links between vision, values and culture, providing practical support to influence change and develop the culture of their service. Unlike undertaking formal qualifications, which can often feel like a solitary process, this CPD module connects managers with their peers.
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