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Person-Centered Supervision

Collaborative 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 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.

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

  • Introduce a structured approach to individual supervision meetings

Board Accreditation

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

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