Supportive Supervision Series 2: Supporting Yourself

Human services supervisors have been pivotal in identifying the need for organizational practice change as well as evaluating progress toward positive outcomes for children, youth and families in the communities they serve. Because supervisors interact with so many different groups—from agency clients to the line staff they supervise to the professional community and organizations providing contracted services—they are, thus, key translators of the organization’s mission, vision, values and practice both within the agency and with external partners and stakeholders.

This series will cover skills for managing a variety of processes with staff and in larger contexts. It will also prepare supervisors to assume a leadership role in agencies and in collaborative efforts.

PLEASE NOTE: Enrollment is for the entire program, not individual sessions. Participants enrolling in Session 1 will be automatically enrolled in all 5 sessions of this program.

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Bring This Program to Your County

See below for statewide (open enrollment) scheduled offerings. To bring this program directly to your county, please submit an In-County Training Request.

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