Your wellbeing is important. Whilst you will be good at caring for the wellbeing of others, you may not be so good at looking after your own.
When you renew your membership in 2018-19, you’ll receive our 'Wellbeing for registered managers – a practical survival guide'. All other members can purchase it from our bookshop for £20.
It’s full of practical information, top tips, case studies, action plans and workbook exercises and includes examples from registered managers and other professionals talking about their own experiences of wellbeing.
We’ll email you when your membership is due for renewal or you can you’re your renewal date by logging into the membership portal.
Find out more about renewals here.
We like to keep up-to-date with what our members are doing and share best practice, ideas, news and information. Read the blogs from some of our members below.
'Five ways to wellbeing' for registered managers (August 2018)
Julie Lusk talks about why it’s important for registered managers to look after their own wellbeing.
Service excellence starts with leadership behaviour across the team (June 2018)
Jason Denny reflects on what winning a Skills for Care accolade means to Old Hastings House. They won the 2018 ‘Most effective approach to leadership and management’ accolade.
Succession planning for your next manager is crucial (June 2018)
In the second of a two-part blog during Dave Large, Chief Executive at Wirral Independent Living and Learning (WILL), talks about the importance of succession planning and supporting aspiring registered manager, Lucy Doughty.
Aspiring to the next level (May 2018)
In the first of a two-part blog with her manager, Lucy Doughty, company manager at Wirral Independent Living and Learning (WILL) reflects on her involvement in Skills for Care's innovative pilot that supports aspiring registered managers.
It's all about people and time (January 2018)
Shirley Steeples from Princess Marina House, run by the RAF Benevolent Fund, shares their best practice initiative on combating loneliness and social isolation for serving and former RAF personnel.
How do you like your toast? I like mine burnt (October 2017)
Gail Godson, tells us about her approach to person-centred care at Home Instead in West Lancashire and Chorley.
Registered managers are at the helm of a positive culture (September 2017)
Beth Cheffings from Ridge House Residential Home talks about when the CQC awarded the care the ‘Outstanding’ rating in May 2017. They praised the culture of the home and Beth’s hands-on approach to management.
Collaborative working is key to delivering outstanding care (June 2017)
Claire Jackson from Inter-County Nursing and Care Services in Christchurch talks about their approach to delivering outstanding care.
Investing in top quality leaders and managers (May 2017)
Melanie Holloway from Metropolitan, one of the UK’s leading providers of affordable housing and care and support services, says it's vital to invest in your registered managers and discusses the support put in place across their organisation.
If you have any news to share or would be interested in talking to us about a blog, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Being mentored can be useful for registered managers at all stages of their career and can help to increase confidence, improve job satisfaction and develop a clearer career direction.
Become a mentor
Being trained as a mentor gives you the opportunity to mentor others, whilst learning new skills, developing greater self-awareness and reflecting on your practice.
Registered manager members have exclusive free access to one of our mentoring workshops, held throughout the year. You can book onto one of our ‘Become a confident mentor in adult social care’ workshops (usually priced at £160 +VAT).
Each workshop covers:
- what mentoring is and the benefits of mentoring
- mentoring core skills
- the mentoring relationship
- tools for the mentoring conversation
- action planning and reflection.
Looking for a mentor?
By becoming a member you have exclusive access to our bank of highly trained mentors. You’ll be matched with another member who has been trained as a mentor, based on the areas of development you're looking for. Email us at email@example.com
Become a member now to access all the benefits of mentoring.