When we stop to reflect about how we provide supervision, it is in fact a reflection of the way we would be working with clients.
In this workshop we will work with the principals of Strengths-based Practice and, as is the flavour of all my workshops, we will explore the quality of what we offer those who we supervise. What are our foundations or strengths that others can rely on and how do we model these?
We will explore difficult conversations, setting standards and goals for your teams and the importance and power of appreciation in our work.
This workshop will suit those working in any supervisory role be it in Family, Disability, Health, Housing or Education including Childcare services.
- Principles of The Strengths Approach (TSA)
- Exploring the Purpose of Supervision – getting into the corners!
- TSA in relation to Supervision and the structural constraints of outcomes based work
- Conversational techniques to support the development of a safe environment for supervisees
- Supervision Process
- Supervision Practice demonstrations and session
- Your Supervision style and how it matches with your work’s Purpose
- Reflective Practice
- Having the difficult conversations – performance management
- Peer Supervision
- Demonstration and Practice sessions using the skills and other learning from the workshop
Presented by: Bernadette Glass
Venue: MacKillop Family Services, 237 Cecil St, South Melbourne VIC 3205
Time: 9.30am - 4.00pm
Lunch and notes provided.
Parking: MSAC (Melb Sports & Aquatic Centre) Venue has easy access via public transport.
Please note: In the unlikely event that there is an insufficient number of booked participants, workshops may need to be postponed. Notification will be given one week in advance of the workshop date. Refunds or transfers will apply.