References

Support for MYRIAD Leadership and Organizational Development Initiatives

 

  • CASW Child Welfare Project – Improving Working Conditions
    • Canadian Association of Social Workers (2003). Child Welfare Project: Creating Conditions for Good Practice. Ottawa: Canadian Association of Social Workers.
    • Barter, Ken (2005). Working Conditions for Social Workers and Linkages to Client Outcomes: A Literature Review.  Ottawa: Canadian Association of Social Workers.
    • de Groot, S. (2010). Empowering Social Workers in the Workplace: A strengths based strategy for child welfare: Facilitator Manual. Winnipeg: General Child and Family Services Authority and the Canadian Association of Social Workers.
    • de Groot, S. (2009). Relationship Based Strengths Approach. Retrieved May 29 from http://myriadconsult.com/resources/relationship-based-strengths-approach-rbsa-an-overview/.
    • de Groot, S. (2006). Empowering Social Workers in the Workplace: A strengths based strategy for child welfare (Final Report) Ottawa: Canadian Association of Social Workers.
    • Herbert, M. (2007). Creating Conditions for Good Practice: A child welfare project sponsored by the Canadian Association of Social Workers. In I. Brown, F. Chaze, D. Fuchs, J. Lafrance, S. McKay, & S. Thomas-Prokop (Eds.), Putting a Face on Child Welfare: Voices from the prairies (pp. 223 – 250). Regina: Prairie Child Welfare Consortium and Centre for Excellence in Child Welfare
    • McKenzie, B. (2010). Empowering Social Workers in the Workplace: A Review of the Second Pilot Project at Child and Family Services of Western Manitoba: Report to the General Child and Family Services Authority: Winnipeg.

 

  • Research on Effective Supervision and Worker Outcomes
    • Mor Barak, M.E., Travis, D.J. Pyun, H. & Xie, B. (2009). The Impact of Supervision on Worker Outcomes: A Meta-analysis. Social Services Review, 83, (1), 3-32.
    • Social Work Policy Institute (2011). Supervision: The Safety Net for Front-Line Child Welfare Practice: Action Brief. National Association of Social Work Social Policy Institute

 

  • Scholarship on Link Between Work Environment, Worker Experiences and Practice Outcomes
    • Barter, Ken (2005). Working Conditions for Social Workers and Linkages to Client Outcomes: A Literature Review.  Ottawa: Canadian Association of Social Workers.
    • Graham, J. R. & Shier, M. L. (2010). The Social Work Profession and Subjective Well-Being: The impact of a social work profession on overall subjective well-being. British Journal of Social Work, 40, 1553-1572.
    • Herbert, M. (2007). Creating Conditions for Good Practice: A child welfare project sponsored by the Canadian Association of Social Workers. In I. Brown, F. Chaze, D. Fuchs, J. Lafrance, S. McKay, & S. Thomas-Prokop (Eds.), Putting a Face on Child Welfare: Voices from the prairies (pp. 223 – 250). Regina: Prairie Child Welfare Consortium and Centre for Excellence in Child Welfare
    • McKenzie, B. (2010). Empowering Social Workers in the Workplace: A Review of the Second Pilot Project at Child and Family Services of Western Manitoba: Report to the General Child and Family Services Authority: Winnipeg. The General Child and Family Services Authority.