April 16-18, 2015
This workshop is designed for anyone who gives or receives supervision. Using group discussion, exercises, demonstrations and hands-on tools, participants will learn to apply a strengths approach to a 'supervision team', with the aim of building reflective, creative and effective supervision relationships. This workshop includes: Core beliefs, principles and processes of strengths-based supervision; Values and competencies; Traditional supervision compared with a strengths-based approach; Exploring and auditing current supervision practice; What is 'good' supervision? How do we balance accountability, support, learning and education?; Exploring 'feedback' and building it into practice; Demonstration and practice of individual supervision and group supervision; and Planning your supervision goals.