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Looking to Get Involved? Here Are 10 Ways You Can Engage With the Network!

The Network for Social Work Management offers many tools to create your own professional development and networking plan. Below are 10 ideas for engaging with us to build your skills and meet great colleagues and mentors. Also, don’t forget to connect with us, to let us know what you’re most interested in. Be a Guru:


Non-Profit Organizations as Clients by Gaurav Sinha, Azim Premji Foundation, Bangalore, India


Save the Date: June 4-5 for the Network’s 2015 Conference



Our Webinars Are Back! Join Us October 6th For a Webinar About Generational Differences in the Workplace!

Our webinars are back for the year! Join us for a free webinar Generational Differences in the Workplace presented by Charles Howard, MSW, PhD, who will discuss the defining features and characteristics of the Traditional, Baby Boomer, Generation X, and Millennial (Generation Y) generations and each generation’s impact on our workplaces.   Monday, October 6 10 a.m

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View the Recording From Our Latest Webinar: Building Effective Decisions By John Tropman

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Utilize Our Webinar Page for Your Professional Development


Social Work and Business

This webinar is presented by Andy Germak, MBA, MSW, LSW, Executive Director, Center for Leadership and Management Professor of Professional Practice, School of Social Work Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and based on his book, “Essential Business Skills for Social Work Managers.”  Many social workers find themselves in management positions within a few years of graduating from


Participate in the Social Work and Business #MacroSW Twitter Chat the Network is hosting on Thursday November 13th!


Register Today for Our Hiring High Performers Webinar on November 3rd