Skills for Care is supporting social care teams with developing a positive workplace culture
Skills for Care is supporting social care teams to develop a positive workplace culture.
In our latest campaign which will run through June and July, we'll be providing information and resources explaining what workplace culture is and how to create a positive culture. This will include blogs and real life insights from leadership experts and social care organisations who've successfully developed a positive workplace culture.
The campaign will run across our website, social media, and other communications channels.
There will also be a webinar for registered managers taking place on Thursday 6 July at 10am-11am, covering how to set and promote a positive workplace culture.
You can follow the campaign and join in on discussions on social media using #PositiveWorkplaceCulture.
The campaign comes as we prepare to launch an updated workplace culture toolkit in the near future. This will be a comprehensive guide that social care employers and managers can use to understand workplace culture and build a positive culture in their organisation.
Sarah-Jane Dale, Director of Development, Skills for Care and Chief Operating Officer, Affina Organisation Development (AOD), says:
AOD is part of the Skills for Care Group. They specialise in team-based working and promoting belonging and effective inter-team working across organisations and integrated health and care services.
More information on the campaign and how to get involved can be found at: www.skillsforcare.org.uk/positiveworkplaceculture
Follow the campaign on social media using #PositiveWorkplaceCulture
Register for our positive workplace culture webinar.
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