New Supervisors Bundle

Engaging conversations between a presenter and a group of supervisors that explore important issues encountered by beginning supervisors, coaches, and administrators.

New Supervisors Bundle

Learning Objectives Include:

  • Participants will reflect on and discuss their own supervisory styles and strengths.
  • Participants will be able to articulate differences between managing and coaching.
  • Participants will be able to articulate at least five benefits of including coaching in their supervisory practice. 
  • Participants will review good active listening techniques. 
  • Participants will learn at least ten questions that help elicit elaboration and better decision making in workers.
  • Identify dynamics and develop strategies to navigate the new social and professional relationships inherent in new supervisor roles.
  • Understand a working definition of supervision and develop strategies to operationalize it.
  • Identify the concrete and subtle "power" that supervisors wield. 
  • Develop strategies to better balance power in supervisory relationships.
  • Be able to make a realistic growth and development plan for yourself as a new supervisor.
  • Learn to confront in a constructive way.
  • Develop strategies to get quality supervision for yourself as a new supervisor.
  • Learn the definition of “Cultural Appreciation” and how it differs from the quest for “Cultural Competence".
  • Identify at least 5 cultural factors that may be impacting your current supervisory relationships.
  • Reflect on some cultural biases you may have regarding supervision and service delivery.
  • Identify at least two strategies to better understand and appreciate different cultural dynamics in your supervisory relationships.

    Total Bundle Class Hours: 5.0

Why Bundle?

  • Expert instructors
  • Accessible 24/7
  • Improve knowledge and skills
  • Deepen understanding 
  • Certificates of Completion

15% Discount 

Save by purchasing this bundle at 15% off the cost of the individual courses purchased separately.