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People Skills pp 164-174 | Cite as

Being systematic

  • Neil Thompson
  • Jo Campling
Chapter

Abstract

A systematic approach to practice is one that is clear and focused, with little or no tendency to vagueness or drift. That is, systematic practice involves having clear objectives and a firm focus on the actions being taken and their effects.

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Further reading

  1. Compton, B.R. and Galaway, B.(1989) Social Work Processes, 4th edn, Pacific Grove, CA, Brooks/Cole.Google Scholar
  2. Doel, M. and Marsh, P. (1992) Task-Centred Social Work, Aldershot, Arena.Google Scholar
  3. Egan, G. (1994) The Skilled Helper, 5th edn, Pacific Grove, CA, Brooks/Cole.Google Scholar
  4. Francis, D. (1990) Effective Problem Solving, London, Routledge.Google Scholar

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© Neil Thompson 1996

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  • Neil Thompson
  • Jo Campling

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