Practical documents and tools to help you with your day-to-day. Here, you’ll find wellbeing downloads that can support you to recognise the importance of your mental health, make it a priority, and options to incorporate small changes into your life to make things feel easier.
These networks give registered managers the opportunity to network with like-minded colleagues who face similar, everyday challenges. Managers said that attending their local network improved their confidence, increased their positivity about their role, and made them feel less isolated. They’re a great way to ensure that managers feel supported, which can really boost their mental health and wellbeing.
A positive workplace culture can have a positive impact on staff wellbeing. Skills for Care’s online toolkit gives examples of what a positive workplace culture looks like, and explains how you can develop a positive culture in your workplace.
This Skills for Care guide is for registered managers and gives top tips, best practice and exercises to improve your wellbeing. It’s based on the ‘five ways to wellbeing’ and includes guidance and recommendations to help you to ‘connect, ‘be active’, ‘take notice’, ‘keep learning’ and ‘give’, in the context of improving wellbeing. This guide is exclusively available to registered manager members of Skills for Care. If you’re already a member, you can buy a copy of the guide from the online bookshop. If you’re not a member you can join for £35 per year and get access to exclusive resources, best practice, discounts and other support.
This Skills for Care guide is for adult social care managers and explains some of the ways that you can develop staff resilience through your organisation’s management systems, learning and development and workplace culture.
You can contact Skills for Care at email@example.com for a free printed copy.
This booklet by Skills for Care is for anyone working in adult social care. It explains what resilience is and how you can build your own resilience. It gives you strategies to help you recognise and cope with pressure and stress, and includes practical tips to help you to build your own resilience through emotional intelligence, accurate thinking and realistic optimism. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org for a free printed copy.