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 improves the supervisory relationship and promotes self-efficacy and 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.
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
Introduce a structured approach to individual supervision meetings
MN Board of Social Work
2.0 CEUs (CEP-275)
Leadership is vital in countering the effects of Caregiver FatigueMore Information