This webinar is run as two, 3- hour sessions (19 and 26 Oct) is for anyone who supervises or managers others including team leaders, supervisor and managers.
The training will cover:
guidelines for supporting staff who are working remotely; detailed guidelines on how to assist others to grow and change; the four purposes of supervision (to assist staff to do their job; to help staff learn; to support staff emotionally and; administration); the benefits of supervision; the skills necessary to be a good supervisor; the skills necessary to benefit from supervision as the person being supervised; the importance of having a clear agreement about the purpose and scope of supervision; common difficulties that arise in supervision and how to avoid them; understanding your own learning style and the learning style of others and; how to make supervision as effective as possible for both the person being supervised and the supervisor.
At the end of the webinar the participants will:
- Have broadened their skills in supporting staff who are working remotely
- Have developed their understanding of how they best learn and how to overcome their own possible barriers to learning
- Have extended their skills in assisting others to learn
- Developed their understanding of the four purposes of supervision and extended their skills in supervising others
- Extended their knowledge of common difficulties that arise in supervision and have developed their understanding of how to avoid these difficulties.
** we will email you Zoom invite link and handouts….after you have registered online
David Cherry is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist who has been working for over 35 years and taught in post-graduate counselling courses for over 10 years at Melbourne University and Swinburne University.
David has extensive experience in preparing staff to cope in difficult working environments as well as in providing support for individuals and groups after difficult incidents.