Unless there is something urgent, do not make them work beyond the usual hours. Poor delegation, on the other hand, compromises a project.
Remember the focus of interactional supervision The focus of interactional supervision is: A detailed analysis of ninety-four supervisory experiences based on structured interviews found that supervisees also made a contribution to the kind of relationship that developed. The Supporter A supervisor should offer support and explore with the supervisee how the act of doing social work effects and influences the supervisee.
Elaboration skills are helpful as they allow the worker to tell the story. To plan and utilize their personal and professional resources better 9. With the power and authority granted to the supervisor, great responsibility takes place. When I first began supervising students a few years ago, I asked myself those questions.
Self-Awareness Social workers routinely receive feedback on their performance from clients, supervisors and other sources, but there is no substitute for self-awareness.
The boss is an example — Come on time, meet the time-lines, set a behavioral code if necessary. There is only so much a student learns in the classroom. Adjust to the needs of the organization. With a combination of desirable personal and professional qualities, supervisors can encourage their employees to do their best work and constantly strive to develop themselves professionally.
Leave supervision as a time for students to discuss their practice, work in the field, and areas that need improvement. To ensure quality of work 7. People are not just employees.
The article discusses aspects that go into making any supervisor a good supervisor. These misunderstandings prevent the exploration of the issues. Open questioning is used to get a clear statement of the concern.
Supervisors should be experts in their area, and they must be committed to increasing their knowledge through professional development. As graduates ourselves, we should want to give back to our college by taking on this privileged opportunity.
Contracts agreed in the calm of a supervision session may be tested sorely under the strains of an overworked organisation. Use tuning-in skills in one-to-one supervision sessions The supervisor anticipates concerns and feelings of the staff that may emerge during the session, as well as his or her own feelings about the encounter that could affect the work.
The contract is probably the single most powerful tool for producing good supervision. In order for a supervisor to be collaborative, the supervisee must be someone he can collaborate with; [supervisees] who have a collaborative approach to supervision themselves most probably elicit collaborative behavior from their supervisors.
Allow students time to practice. Letting your interns know that you want feedback from them helps make the students more comfortable to advocate for their needs.A good supervisor will enable the practitioner to reflect on their practice, to support and challenge it as appropriate, to discuss skills, needs and to help work through situations where there is resistance, uncertainty and/or anxiety.
The Importance of Good Social Work Supervision. Good Social Work Supervision is the cornerstone of the social work profession— Social work is a profession of doing.
It is fundamentally the application of knowledge and practice with others. The Social Work Toolbox: 10 Skills Every Social Worker Needs. October 11, by Joshua John Social work is a demanding and varied profession, often requiring a practitioner to wear many hats on any given day: adviser, therapist, caretaker, administrator, clinician and many others.
Dettlaff, A. J. (). From mission to evaluation: A field instructor training program. Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education. Alyssa Lotmore, LMSW, is a graduate of the State University of New York at Albany School of Social Welfare. Her focus is on social work in the educational setting.
Clinical Supervision is a key component in social worker and therapist training. Not all clinical supervisors are created equally. If your supervisor is employed by the agency where you work, you may not have any choice in your clinical supervisor.
A good supervisor will enable the practitioner to reflect on their practice, to support and challenge it as appropriate, to discuss skills, needs and to help work through situations where there is resistance, uncertainty and/or anxiety. How to tackle the cultural barriers to good social work supervision.
Dr David Lawlor is the director of.Download