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Reflective Supervision. PRESENTER Bill McKenzie, Ounce of Prevention PTS Training Institute Manager. Reflective Supervision. Welcome Housekeeping. Learning Objectives. After completing this workshop, supervisors will be able to:

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Reflective supervision

Reflective Supervision

PRESENTER

Bill McKenzie, Ounce of Prevention

PTS Training Institute Manager


Reflective supervision1

Reflective Supervision

  • Welcome

  • Housekeeping


Learning objectives

Learning Objectives

After completing this workshop,

supervisors will be able to:

  • Define the reflective supervision model;

  • Examine their own supervisory style and its strengths and challenges;

  • Orient new staff to the reflective supervision process and develop an individualized support plan for each staff member; and

  • Apply the reflective supervision model in their supervisory sessions with staff, focusing on strengths.


Developmental theory

Developmental Theory

  • Just like the children we serve, staff develop competency over time.

  • Supervisors need to keep worker’s “learning curve” in mind, as well as their own.


Reflective supervision what is it

Reflective Supervision: What is it?

  • Establishing an environment where positive change can take place, and goals can be set and met through interpersonal development, rather than rigid accountability.


What is it continued

What is it? (Continued) . . .

  • Open Communication

    • A systematic process for creating forums for reflection, discussion & feedback

  • Commitment to process of developing mutual shared goals

  • Commitment to continuous learning, growth, improvement


Essential elements

Essential Elements

  • Commitment to supervision that includes three essential elements:

    • Regularity

    • Reflection

    • Collaboration


Task orientation reflective practice case management strength based

Task Orientation Reflective PracticeCase Management Strength-Based


Task orientation reflective practice case management strength based1

Task Orientation Reflective PracticeCase Management Strength-Based


Bravery in the face of conflict

Bravery in the Face of Conflict

  • Supervisors will at times need to confront resistance in their supervisees.

  • Accepting conflict as an expected part of the supervisory relationship will help in facing it bravely and developing the necessary skills!


Effective supervision structure framework

Effective Supervision StructureFramework

  • Preparation (Orientation)

  • Staff Time(Acceptance)

  • The Work(Shared Understanding)

  • Summary & Review(Agreement)

  • Planning(Next Steps)


Remember our society does not put a premium on reflection

Remember, our society does not put a premium on reflection.

  • It is speeding up rather than slowing down.

  • It is dispensing answers rather than valuing questions.

  • It is pushing in rather than stepping back.

  • It is expecting results rather than valuing processes.


What can reflection do

What Can Reflection Do?

Everyone wants to do their job well, with confidence and energy, but stress puts us in a block of ice and our “work energy” cannot come through.

A supervisor’s job is notto teach a block of ice how to do his or her job better, but to bring a hair dryer to supervision.


Promoting the parallel process

Promoting the Parallel Process

Planning Together * Follow Up * Exploring New Territories

Community Partners

Agency

Executives

Technical

Assistance

Families

Staff


Summary evaluations

Summary & Evaluations


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