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Person Centered Supervision

Collaborative and empowering approaches in supervision


Being person centered means sharing power and decision-making as much as it is possible in any given context. Taking a person centered approach to supervision not only improves the supervisory relationship, it also promotes self-efficacy, increased responsibility, problem solving, and professional growth among supervisees. This class explores how being person centered might show up in supervision as well as the benefits and strategies for collaborating with supervisees to increase performance and job satisfaction.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe a person centered approach to supervision

  • Discover one’s preferred supervisory style, exploring opportunities to expand

  • Explore strategies and approaches for collaborative problem solving and planning

  • A structured approach to individual supervision meetings

Board Accreditation

MN Board of Social Work
     2.0 CEUs   (CEP-275)

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