Women are no strangers to leadership. Across multiple disciplines, women have built and maintained organizations, created social justice movements, governed with compassion, and brought order where there was once chaos. Mentoring Women for Leadership can serve as a guide for educators, students, practitioners, and administrators to support the growth and development of female leaders. The book includes a historical, global ... Read More »
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NASW Press Reads for Policy, Advocacy, and Impact!
43 Essential Policies for Human Services Professionals, by Gerald V. O’Brien, boils down key policies to their most essential elements: historical overview and nature of the social problem, policy overview, and effectiveness. Analysis elements address issues related to the policy, such as trigger events, problem framing, social engineering, covert rationales, unintended consequences, target efficiency, and governmental responsibility. This thought-provoking and ... Read More »